NYDA board candidate cries foul over shortlisting process

Parliament's committees of the Portfolio Committee on Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities and of the Select Committee on Health and Social Services have shortlisted 30 candidates to be interviewed to fill vacancies on the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) board. Former president Jacob Zuma's daughter Thuthukile has also been nominated to fill a vacancy on the board. On Both Sides of the Story today we will look at the criteria used to shorlist candidates, this as an aggrieved candidate, Lufefe Mtuku from the Eastern Cape, says there are irregularities in the shortlisting process. He claims he was reportedly shortlisted but has since been removed from the list. He now joins us on the line...

Guest: Lufefe Mtuku, who is an aggrieved candidate from the Eastern Cape

Guest: Maurencia Natalie Gillion, who was part of the subcommitte in shortlisting NYDA board members and also Chairperson of Select Committee on Health and Social Services