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Jackson Mthembu (born June 1957) is the former national spokesperson for the African National Congress. He was succeeded on 26 May 2014 by Zizi Kodwa.  He served as the MEC for Transport in Mpumalanga from 1997-1999, during which he was criticized for spending R2.3 million on ten BMWs. He currently serves as a parliamentarian for the ANC. 
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- "Jackson Mthembu to be ANC parliamentarian, he was also declared as a new chief whip of the ruling party". news24. 2014.
- Interview with Jackson Mthembu on ANC centenary celebrations - broadcast by Radio France Internationale
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