Former health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has given the clearest indication that he will contest the ANC’s presidency, that is if the governing party's branches nominate him for the position.Addressing a group of Amabutho and Izinduna (Zulu Regiments and traditional leaders) who attended the traditional wedding of his son, Dedanimabhunu Mkhize, the former minister said he will do whatever he is requested to do by the ANC's structures. This was in response to another call by traditional leaders gathered at the Mkhize’s Willowton home in Pietermaritzburg that he should avail himself for the ANC presidency.
Hereare the comments on Twitter
"Where are law enforcement agencies They promised South African's that they hv a watertight case against Mkhize on the Digital Vibes corruption scandal"
"Off course he is ready he graduated with flying colors neh"
"Digital vibes everywhere our President Mkize goes "
"Ok but are the structures of the ANC ready for him"
"SA is in trouble an only it's citizens can save it from nonsense like this. But SA has Some sort of residents in Some parts of the country"
"Leadership needs passions, long heart and good personality. Lastly your reference would define who you are. Former USA president Obama hold two terms his name was free from corruptions and poor scandals"
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