Ex-South African President Thabo Mbeki was visited by the leaders of the African National Congress in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. That their side is in control of the situation is demonstrated by this generous gesture, which shows their maturity and leadership in politics.
When one considers that these people were close allies of the previous president, Jacob Zuma, who was not a fan of the previous president Thabo Mbeki, it came as a surprise to many people. Despite this, many individuals were surprised.
The planned visit, which will become the norm in the future, is currently taking place. Thabo Mbeki, former president of South Africa, was sighted on his way to the Thabo Mbeki Foundation headquarters for a meeting with the ANC in KZN. The meeting had been scheduled for earlier in the day.
It has been announced that as the newly elected leadership of the African National Congress in KwaZulu-Natal province tries to reinvigorate and unify the party, they are seeking the advice of the party's veterans in their efforts.
While Majy had expected to make a visit to former African National Congress and Republic of South Africa President Jacob Zuma before paying a visit to Thabo Mbeki, they did exactly the reverse, and it suggests that they want to build unity inside the organization.
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