ANC KZN headquarters attacked and Facebook page hacked

ANC KZN headquarters attacked and Facebook page hacked

On Sunday, a man attacked the African National Congress (ANC) offices in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), claiming that he was fed up with President Cyril Ramaphosa and former President Jacob Zuma.
The man reportedly threw a brick at a building in Durban’s core business district.
He intended to assassinate Ramaphosa and Zuma.
Zuma must also bring his machine gun to face him, according to him. He’s been detained since then.
The man can be heard on a video declaring that he has lost everything and is blaming it on Ramaphosa. He further claims that Ramaphosa is a coward since he is aware of what he is “doing” and that he should be brought before him.
“Other presidents can walk on the streets to meet their people, but Ramaphosa never does that. He is always accompanied by scores of police and armed security, why? He knows what will happen to him,” the man says.
KZN police spokesperson, Colonel Thembeka Mbele confirmed that Durban Central police arrested a 31-year-old for malicious damage to property.
“Njabulo Ngubane appeared today in the Durban Magistrate’s Court and was remanded in custody until  28 February 2022 for bail application.”


Meanwhile the ANC KZN Facebook page was hacked over the weekend.
The party said hackers appear to have gained access to the page’s security settings and removed all admin personnel who are members of the ANC’s Department of Information and Publicity.
The ANC in KZN said they understand that the hackers are also attempting to report the page to Facebook with the intention of getting it taken down.
ANC KZN spokesperson, Nhlakanipho Ntombela said the party’s political opponents are clearly threatened by the popularity of the page, which had become the ANC KZN’s trusted voice and authority on information.

“The ANC has been a target of a plethora of attacks over time, and, in hindsight, it was a matter of time before our enemies and enemies of progressive forces resorted to this kind of sabotage.
“We are appealing to the public to be circumspect when engaging with the page in its current form, and not to interact with it or accede to any pleas that the hijackers of our page might make, including requests for money transfers, as per popular modus operandi that hackers tend to employ.”
ANC KZN Spokesperson, Nhlakanipho Ntombela

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