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JOHANNESBURG - Former United Nations head of ladies Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka has not precluded running for the administration, saying she never left the political scene. 

Mlambo-Ngcuka talked with young ladies in Gauteng on Thursday at the ANC's Ruth First Offices to stamp what might have been the battle symbol's 103rd birthday. 


She had to a great extent been missing from political life since previous President Thabo Mbeki's cutting out in 2008, making this her first time crusading in the interest of the ANC since her return from her UN arrangement. 


Mlambo-Ngcuka told writers a large number of the ideological groups expected to improve when it went to the determination of ladies as counselor applicants. 


Furthermore, when inquired as to whether there was any reality to claims that she may run for the ANC administration in the party's forthcoming elective meeting, she said: "I will cross that span when I get to it. In any case, I never truly left the political circle. We've generally been near, proceeding to ensure that our popular government keeps on working." 

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