Gauteng Provincial Legislature (MPL) member Nkele Molapo has been sacked by the DA over sexual assault claims leveled by her to Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga in Pretoria.
The DA on Friday terminated the membership of Nkele Molapo, Gauteng Provincial Legislature (MPL) member who this week opened a sexual harassment case towards Gauteng DA intervening time chief and former Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga.
Molapo issued a media statement on monday. alleging that she used to be leaving behind the inner techniques she had initiated inside the DA for the sexual assault allegation.
At the time, the DA had issued a statement announcing the timing of Molapo reporting the sexual harassment was once questionable, and furthermore, she was present process a “serious disciplinary hearing” for leaking DA political approach in Tshwane to the Julius Malema-led EFF.
On Friday, DA Gauteng provincial chairperson Mike Moriarty introduced that the opposition party had sacked Molapo.
“Today the Democratic Alliance membership of a proven leaker of confidential statistics and approach has been terminated, after a three-year-long criminal technique discovering her guilty, and an enchantment confirming her guilt,” stated Moriarty.
“Ms Nkele Molapo’s guilt has been tried by a honest method of the DA federal criminal commission, and after she appealed, her guilt used to be validated with the aid of an enchantment panel of the federal legal commission.