ANC spokesperson, Pule Mabe has dropped bombshell on suspended secretary general of the ANC Ace Magashule whose appeal to have his suspension from the party declared illegal and invalid was dismissed with costs by the High Court in Johannesburg. Mabe said the ANC suspended Ace Magashule in line with the party's resolutions which were adopted at the 54th conference at Nasrec and that there is nothing the courts could do as this is an internal matter of ANC which it's members who voluntarily subscribe to the party's constitution are aware of.
Some will certainly wonder why one has opted to attribute the ANC's highly-contested 'Step Aside' to President Cyril Ramaphosa - the rule was developed during his tenure and it actually has his fingers printed all over it. Presumably, Ramaphosa and National Executive Committee (NEC) thought it worthwhile to implement the rule bourne out of a Nasrec Resolution to deal decisively with members who are embroiled in unbecoming conduct and more importantly corruption.
The ANC kicked off its special National Executive Committee Lekgotla (NEC) meeting on Saturday, which is expected to discuss among other issues the party's failure to register candidates in several municipalities. PHOTO: News24 The meeting started off on a lighter note when President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his political overview, which included telling NEC members to be ready for the criticism which the party will receive from the Zondo commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture whose report is set to be released in a few weeks.
There's an assertion that there cannot be smoke without fire, and former president Kgalema Motlanthe's scathing report to the party's highest decision making board, National Executive Committee (NEC) exposed how the centre is not holding within the ruling party. Motlanthe's report to the NEC detailing how ANC has been infiltrated by gangsters came as a surprise to some who wouldn't expect party leaders to expose ANC's skeletons to the public which have been hidden for some time now, but sooner or later, the truth was always going to come out, hence someone had to man up and say it.
President Cyril Ramaphosa's closest ally, ANC veteran and deputy minister of State Security Zizi Kodwa, is fuming after 15 ANC members defected at the eleventh hour to join opposition parties. After leaving the ruling party with only 22 days to run as opposition candidates in the local government elections, the 15 ANC deployees dismayed ANC leaders.
President Cyril Ramaphosa may be attending a special National Executive Committee (NEC) Lekgotla this weekend, but he must have been excited by news that one of his biggest allies in Kwazulu Natal has retained his position as chairperson of one of the most important ANC regions in the province.
Source: https://twitter.com/JacaNews/status/1433821474238894085?s=19 Tony Yengeni, a member of the ANC's National Executive Committee, spoke during a memorial service for Kebby Maphatsoe, the late President of the MKMVA and an ANC member of Parliament. Tony Yengeni, a RET champion, called Kebby Maphatsoe's death a "particularly sad event" because he was also planning to attend the ANC NEC conference this weekend.
It's now official, The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the South African Football Association (SAFA) has confirmed that only those with vaccine passports will be allowed to watch Bafana Bafana in action on Saturday 15th of October at FNB Stadium for free. The unvaccinated will have to buy tickets at the normal stipulated price via the usual outlets.
https://twitter.com/evaluatorm/status/1434883653151117312?s=21 President Cyril Ramaphosa became the president of the republic in February 2018 , this is after the resignation of President Jacob Jacob Zuma . Zuma was forced by the National Executive committee(NEC) of the ANC to resign as state president , this came after his government was full of corruption and capture of various institutions of the state by the Gupta family .
Kgalema Motlanthe is former president of the republic of South Africa and African National Congress leader who is now the organisation’s electoral committee chairperson. He is very worried about the status quo of African National Congress (ANC). The African National Congress (ANC) electoral committee, led by former president Kgalema Motlanthe, last week presented a report to the National Executive Committee (NEC) of African National Congress , identifying divisions among the CR17 & RET groupings, regional secretaries who had gone rogue & gangsters who had taken over the ANC in areas such as Tshwane.
Source: https://twitter.com/SAfmnews/status/1434187167396421633?s=19 President Cyril Ramaphosa should be the unfortunate courier to his fellow ANC sidekicks as the State Capture Commission conducts its last contacts and delivers its broad findings. President Cyril Ramaphosa says the ANC must prepare to deal with allegations of debasement leveled against party founders and individuals in the State Capture Commission's report, which is expected to be released in a month.
ANC veteran, Pule Mabe has dropped stunner on suspended secretary general of the ANC Ace Magashule whose appeal to have his suspension from the party communicated illicit and invalid was acquitted with costs by the High Court in Johannesburg. Mabe said the ANC suspended Ace Magashule according to the party's goals which were taken on at the 54th get-together at Nasrec and that there isn't anything the courts could do as this is an inside matter of ANC which it's kin who unyieldingly buy in to the party's constitution contemplate.
Ace Magashule's sympathisers nonetheless have actually pled to vary on the fashion in which the ANC NEC has actually been using this action apart provision, as some leaders that were linked in claims of corruptions have actually not been asked to tip apart, for that reason offering the perception that this condition is targeted at particular people within ANC.
Source:https://twitter.com/SAfmnews/status/1434187167396421633 President Cyril Ramaphosa ought to be the lamentable dispatch to his kindred ANC companions as the State Capture Commission leads its last contacts and conveys its expansive discoveries. President Cyril Ramaphosa says the ANC should get ready to manage claims of corruption evened out against party organizers and people in the State Capture Commission's report, which is relied upon to be delivered in a month.
ANC spokesperson, Pule Mabe has just dropped an heavy shocker on suspended Secretary General of the ANC, Ace Magashule whose appeal to possess his suspension from the party declared illegal and invalid was dismissed with costs by the supreme court in Johannesburg. According to Mabe, he said that the ANC suspended Ace Magashule in line with the party's resolutions which were adopted at the 54th conference at Nasrec which there's nothing the courts could do as this is often an indoor matter of ANC and only concerns them alone.
Tony Yengeni, a member of the ANC's National Executive Committee, described Kebby Maphatsoe as a devoted cadre of the ANC and Umkhonto we Sizwe. He stated that he has a lot of topics he wants to discuss that are not acceptable within the ANC, but will have to stop.
Tony Yengeni, an individual from the ANC's National Executive Committee, talked during a remembrance administration for Kebby Maphatsoe, the late President of the MKMVA and an ANC individual from Parliament. Tony Yengeni, a RET champion, considered Kebby Maphatsoe's passing a "especially pitiful occasion" since he was likewise intending to go to the ANC NEC gathering this end of the week.
As the State Capture Commission is doing its last contacts and will be delivering it's complete report, president Cyril Ramaphosa must be the unlucky messenger to his kindred ANC confidants. President Cyril Ramaphosa says the ANC needs to get ready to address the charges of defilement against party pioneers and individuals that will be contained in the State Capture Commission's report that is relied upon to be disclosed one month from now.
You insist on the minister. In fact, all government officials must understand that this is essentially a criminal act. This is absolutely correct. I have already told the Minister of Security. " This is what President Cyril Ramaphosa said in an email at noon on August 15, 2012.
The date of the local national elections has been announced. South Africans are ready to vote and political parties have already started with their campaigning missions. It is the time when South Africans will receive fake promises and love from the political parties. Campaigning for the elections is easy, as top leaders send comrades on the ground to complete the task.