EXCLUSIVE | Zuma’s ‘private spy’ Thulani Dlomo a prime suspect for instigating unrest
The unrest in South Africa might have started off as a sporadic form of violence and opportunistic looting. However, it has now emerged to be a more sophisticated network of well-ochestrated cabal hell burnt on causing chaos and bringing the country to its’s knees.
The controversial former head of the State Security Agency’s (SSA) rogue special operations unit, Thulani Dlomo, has been identified as a prime suspect being investigated for fomenting violent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal following the arrest of former president Jacob Zuma.
News24 revealed, from information confirmed by three independent and highly placed sources, that intelligence officials told the police Dlomo was a key person of interest in instigating the unrest that has rocked South Africa, led to the death of at least 45 citizens and destroyed businesses and jobs worth hundreds of millions of rands.
The face of Terror. Former head of the Special Operations Unit, Thulani Dlomo is named as the one fomenting violent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal in the name of Jacob Zuma from Nkandla. This is a coup.
— Johann (@JohannAbrie) July 14, 2021
The former spook and ambassador to Japan is known to be fiercely loyal to Zuma and is said to be at the centre of orchestrating pro-Zuma unrest that has descended into violent looting across KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. In January, the Zondo Commission heard that Dlomo’s unit effectively operated as Zuma’s private militia, “was a law unto itself and directly served the political interests of the executive”.
The former head of the spy agency’s controversial Special Operations Unit, Thulani Dlomo, has been identified as one of the 12 people being investigated for fomenting violent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal following the arrest of former president Jacob Zuma.#Midrand #Malema
— 🔥Mos Mvulane🇸🇿🇿🇦 (@MothaTechno) July 14, 2021
Dlomo, who is also known as “Silence”, was former president Jacob Zuma’s trusted foot soldier at the agency. So useful was Dlomo that he started working at the SSA off the books way before he was officially hired to head the special ops team.
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