The ANC has said it will file criminal charges against Steve Hofmeyr on Thursday after threats he made to the Danish ambassador Zindzi Mandela and DA member Phumzile van Damme on Twitter.
On Tuesday night, the controversial singer tweeted for both women, saying: "Dear @zilevandamme and @ZindziMandela I am a South African taxpayer. Effectively, I AM your boss. You will skip when I say it and you And when you come to take our lives and land, you will die. "" Our contract is so simple, and do not forget that. "
Van Damme was in the headlines on Tuesday after she punched a man on the V & A Waterfront after he entered his space and allegedly said, "Leave yourself black" before throwing the phone down.
Mandela, who is South Africa's ambassador to Denmark, reappeared on Twitter on Tuesday after three days of silence following a series of tweets from his account aimed at "apartheid apologists" and "land thieves."
Mandela had a tendency on Saturday when he confronted social media users who disagreed with his views on the land debate.
In a statement released late on Wednesday, the ANC said it would be filing criminal charges against Hofmeyr "for its racist and inhuman social media clashes that smells of barbarism, white supremacy and toxic masculinity."
Party spokesman Pule Mabe said Hofmeyr had issued death threats against the two women in his social networking blog series.
Mabe said that the charges, which the party regards as denigrating the two women, go back "to the gross past of apartheid and something that no South African should tolerate."
"This in our eyes shows white arrogance and is a classic example of white privilege that must be cut off at the root."
Mabe said that the ANC would file a libel charge against Hofmeyr on behalf of its member Mandela.
"The ANC has no document to sympathize with the racist and will not hesitate to report its conduct to the authorities, regardless of their public position," the party said.