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THE SACP in the Western Cape has challenged former ANC leaders Mcebisi Skwatsha and Max Ozinsky to lay charges of crimen injuria against Western Cape Premier Helen Zille.
This after Zille claimed in the provincial legislature two weeks ago that the two leaked information to her when they were still ANC provincial chairperson and deputy secretary.
The DA is said to have used the information to attack projects started by then Western Cape premier Ebrahim Rasool.
Skwatsha has denied the allegations.
But the SACP is not satisfied with his denial alone and says Skwatsha and Ozinsky must lay charges against Zille to prove that she is lying.
SACP provincial secretary Khaya Magaxa said yesterday Skwatsha's "denial alone cannot be enough".