Mmamoloko Kubayi Sets Her Eyes To Be The ANC Deputy President. The ANC has never elected a female person in the top two. In the past those elected in the position of President and Deputy President were males.
But things are about to change in this year's elective conference in December if the current Human Settlement Minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi gets the numbers in her favor. She was nominated by ward 14 of the Moloto Tabane branch in Soweto to take over the current deputy President, David Mabuza.
In accepting the nomination, Kubayi said that the ANC and the country can not afford not to have a female deputy president
If where you had any influence on the ANC matters who do think should be the president and the deputy president? Do you think Mmamoloko is the correct candidate for the deputy president of the ANC and by default, of the country? Share your views
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