Mokonyane alleges assassination attempts, talks contestation, weeps over Duarte

ANC deputy secretary-general hopeful Nomvula Mokonyane opens up to Sunday Times Politics weekly about dirty politics, why she is contesting and corruption-accused Bosasa.
She is hoping to win an ANC secretary-general position when the party holds its elective conference next month.
The former environmental affairs minister hosts Kgothatso Madisa at her home and reflects on her relationship with late ANC acting secretary-general and anti-apartheid activist Jessie Yasmin Duarte.
Mokonyane describes herself as a community activist and wants the party’s headquarters, Luthuli House, to be a vibrant house full of activists.