Ace Magashule is the former premier of Free state and also a suspended African National Congress Secretary General. Elias Sekgobelo "Ace" Magashule is also South African politician and an anti-apartheid activist and supporter of the former president Jacob Zuma.
Suspended Secretary General Ace Magashule is currently facing The corruption, fraud and money-laundering case. All this didn't stop him from reacting on current political landscape in South Africa.
Suspended ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule drops a bombshell when he claims that there is a plan to ensure the African National Congress (ANC) loses support and only governs through coalitions.
Ace Magashule was in an interview with Newzroom Afrika on Thursday evening with Xoli.
He said the following during interview “The plan is to finish the ANC and promote certain individuals. We were able to sit down and analyse the situation and come to a conclusion that the enemy doesn’t sleep. The enemy will never leave a strong ANC in tact, they want coalitions. It’s about money now more than servicing the people,”.
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