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"We gave R300 000 to IEC to have Ramaphosa elected president, now he's turning his back on us" - Ace

Magashule has been the subject of many allegations of involvement in corrupt activities. He was arrested in November 2020 and awaits trial.

Elias Sekgobelo "Ace" Magashule (born November 3, 1959) is a South African politician and anti-apartheid campaigner who is presently serving as the African National Congress's Secretary General. From 2009 to 2018, he was the Premier of the Free State, one of South Africa's nine provinces.

Ace Magashule's legal advice has asked the State to provide a rundown of the witnesses who participated in his client's debasement case.

The case was postponed to November 3 for a pre-liminary hearing. It was allegedly heard that the accused was alluding to Section 212(B)of the Criminal Procedure Act, which allows courts to accept certain realities that are not debated.

On Tuesday, several individuals, including former mayor Olly Mlamleli, financial manager Edwin Sodi, and Nthimotse Mokhesi, the former head of human settlements, showed up in court to ask for an award that was allegedly worth R255 million

This project involved going through over 300 000 houses in the area to look for asbestos rooftops. It was revealed that almost no work was done, even though the cash was being paid.


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