The Office of the Chief Whip of the African National Congress (ANC) in the Mpumalanga Provincial Assembly has fired Philemon Luhele, one of the defendants in the case of the murder of Hillary Hardy.

Luhele was fired without pay until an internal disciplinary review. He and Sifo Mhvatshva and Albert Gama he was charged with six counts, including kidnapping, rape, murder, loss of justice and conspiracy to commit murder.

They allegedly killed Hillary, the daughter of former Secretary-General for Economic Freedom (EFF) Godric Hardy.

ANC provincial head Fidel Mlomba says he has worked with Luhele, and they have agreed that these allegations have tarnished the reputation of the chief whip’s office.

Mlomba says: “As the office of Chief Uzip, we consider these allegations very serious, so we decided to dismiss him immediately, and this dismissal is a dismissal without payment.”

“It is expected that at the time of dismissal he will not visit the office, not contact employees, as well as hand over all the tools that were actually handed over to him. He agreed with me that these accusations are very serious, these accusations have a bad reputation in the office of the chief whip, ”Mlomba said.

Suspects in the case of the murder of Hillary Hardy will appear in court:

The NPA is confident of strong arguments against the suspects in the case of the murder of Hillary Hardy

The National Attorney’s Office (NPA) says it has a high-profile case against three suspects who emerged Monday in the Nelspruit Magistrates’ Court in the case of the murder of 28-year-old Hillary Hardy.

The three defendants withdrew their bail and return to court on June 9, 2022.

Meanwhile, one of the suspects is a member of the People’s United Democratic Movement of Esvatini (Pudemo).

Pudema also rejected Luhele, who is involved in the case of Hillary Hardy.

The EFF leadership addressed the crowd near the court:

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