The Financial Mail on its official Twitter account, has uploaded an article that talks about the person who is likely to be elected as deputy president of the ruling party, the ANC. The person that the Financial Mail has mentioned is well-known ANC politician. And most South African people are going to readily recognize the said person, because already he is occupying one of the most important position in South Africa.
Before revealing who is this person that the Financial Mail says he is likely to be elected as deputy president of the ANC. It bears repeating here that South Africans will be voting for their respective political parties in the upcoming local government elections, which is set to take place on 1 November.
According to the Financial Mail, the person who is likely to be elected as deputy president of the ANC next year is David Makhura. As already alluded above, David Makhura is well known ANC Politician. David Makhura is a South African politician. He is currently serving as the 6th Premier of Gauteng following his election in 2014. He is also serving as a Member of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature. Makhura is a member of the African National Congress. As already mentioned above, many South African people who are well versed with South African politics will not struggle to recognise who David Makhura is.
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