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ANCYL Call For This Top Politican To Be Promoted For Having No Corruption Allegations

Corruption is so rare in the ANC that when a member performs their duties as expected they are put on an incredibly high pedestal. The ANCYL called that Tate Makgoe to be co-opted dues to great performance and lack of corruption allegations.

SABC public reporter, Samkele Maseko, made this tweet, “The ANCYL in Fezile Dabi Region in the Free State has called MEC of Education Tate Makgoe to co-opted into the PEC due to “exceptional” performance as MEC.”

The letter read, “… we wish to call on the ANC PEC to consider the co-option of comrade Tate Makgoe as he has been working hard and exceptionally in delivering the best Matric results. He brought stability to our pubic schools in the province and has good principles. He has a good track record of not being tainted by corruption allegations like many we have seen in this province…”

Pule Herbert Isak Makgoe, known as Tate Makgoe, is a South African politician. He was born on 12 May 1963 in Tumahole, Parys, Free State province, South Africa. He is a member of the African National Congress. He has served as the Free State MEC for Education since May 2009.

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