“Seri has made it clear to the city and ActionSA, Cllr Mbunda’s political party, that his false statements have incited these unlawful threats. If Cllr Mbundu did not intend to incite those threats, it must be clear to him by now that this is what he has done.
“Yet neither he, nor the city, nor ActionSA has done anything to set the record straight, or to discourage Cllr Mbundu’s followers from repeating or acting on the threats of violence he has incited,” said Seri on Monday.
Mbundu has denied the allegations, saying he’s been made a scapegoat.
“I’m not involved in inciting violence. They published their contacts and all I did was share the post. That’s not me searching and randomly sharing their contacts.
“We’re not responsible for what has transpired,” Mbundu said.
Seri says it has reported the threats police.
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