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Supra Mahumapelo Unexpectedly Withdraw From North West Conference After Discovering This|| See Why

Since about twenty-seven years ago, the African National Congress has led the government of South Africa. Their leadership has played a significant part in the growth of the country, yet some of the decisions they have made have raised many issues among the South African population.

This includes having to extend the step aside policy, which was anticipated to be terminated before to the December election meeting. The ruling party has been holding a unique interim conference that is only held on weekends. Some of the members have decided to skip the meeting after leaking confidential information.

Former province chairperson and National Assembly member Supra Mahumapelo has abruptly withdrew from the northwest conference. This evening's seminar in North West is anticipated to gain entry to people's brains. The reason for this is that Supra Mahumapelo was expected to compete for the position of chairwoman, but the implementation of the step-aside policy could result in her defeat.

Supra Mahumapelo disagrees with Cyril Ramaphosa that he must become the ANC president because he is crooked and R60 million was allegedly stashed on his property. The ANC members eligible for any of the top six posts also include individuals like Ronald Lamola. Supra Mahumapelo revealed that President Cyril Ramaphosa's absence from the North West Conference could create havoc if he attends.

As they refuse to acknowledge that he is the president, members of the Radical Economic Transformation (RET) will not have a field day hurling insults at him.

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