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Mandaza said that he is leaving district politics in order to concentrate on his second bid for the Zanu-PF Member Of Parliament Bindura district candidature in the forthcoming elections The Sunday Express Zanu-PF South Africa district supremo - Kennedy Mandaza's life and security were threatened at least on three occasions - while he was on duty as Zanu-PF spokesman in South Africa. Mandaza revealed the threats to his life in a farewell letter which he wrote as he announced that he is quitting SA district politics this week - to go and ply his trade in a bigger league. Mandaza said that he was threatened for his unapologetic stance on ZANU-PF and Zimbabwe, and his stay in South Africa was threatened by various people and organisations - on a number of occasions. "My family was threatened by a planned abduction which I was alerted to by those privy to the plan. On numerous occasions I was tracked by people and attempts to cause freak accidents were made. "There was even a campaign for my deportation from South Africa for being what they termed "regime enabler".