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The interim leadership of the South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) has ordered its former president, Mlungisi Hlongwane, pictured, to stop making public statements on behalf of the organisation.
"He is no longer Sanco president and should stop conducting himself as if he were still Sanco's leader," said the organisation's interim chairman, Toenka Matila.
He was speaking at a press briefing in Parktown yesterdayy.
Sanco dissolved its leadership after its chaotic conference in Bloemfontein a week ago.
The leadership was replaced by a national coordinating committee chaired by Matila.
Matila is Sanco's Gauteng provincial secretary.
He said the former president will be asked to clarify the report he presented at the Bloemfontein national conference in which he made what have been described as serious allegations against Cosatu and some members of Sanco's national leadership.
Sanco is beset by serious in-fighting and its relevance is being questioned. - Sapa