Shake the ANC in Ekurhuleni by complaints about the choice of his candidates for the mayor before the first meeting of the municipality of the municipality on Thursday. Angry ANC members continued to decline at the party's central office to complain about the manipulation of the well-known candidate selection process. In Ekurhuleni, Annc Women's League Ward 56 Secretary, Thabisa Makapaka, said the party's leadership was too fit. "The ANC guidelines were very clear in terms of candidates for the mayor. They said two females and a man, but exercising two men and a woman. This means that they do not take the ANC seriously, act as they are greater than the organization, "he said.
According to Makapaka, the candidates for the Mayor of Ekurhuleni current Mayo and Regional Presidents Mzwandile Masina, President Jongisizwe Dlabathi and Nomadloyzi Nkosi, who were a member of the Review Committee responsible for sports, recreation, art and culture before the election of the local election. government.
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"We also have other females that are competent to guide and meet the requirements and have all ratings, but because of their faction trends they decided to exclude and isolate them," he said.
Makapaka added that the ANC branches in the region of Ekurhuleni peeled, but the party told them to do so to win the municipal surveys.
"What we want is for interviews to stop and return to disputes and attend them so that the process is fair because it was completely unfair," he explained. Another member of the ANC in Ekurhuleni Kutloano Rakosa said they did not want long for a match response, as the first meeting of the municipality's board was scheduled for Thursday. "We need to get our answer before Thursday, the last thing we can get is Thursday morning:" We must tell us what will happen on Thursday morning for the appeals we sent, "he said in Mpumalanga, Thembinkosi Dlamini, a ANC member in Ward Two in the local municipality of Dipaleseng, told the independent media that before the municipal survey sent disputes about what he described as fraud in the candidate selection process. Advertising "ANC's processes did not follow in depth and then chosen candidates disagree with the voice of the community," he said. Dlamini said in Diphaseng that the community was not involved in the choice of ANC candidates. "On the other hand, some people who have the ANC in their pockets chose their friends, involved in corruption in the previous administration," he said. Dlamini threatened that the members of the ANC kept the inauguration of the mayor if their complaints were not resolved. In his answer, the ANC promised to finalize all disputes related to its selection process of councilor's candidates elected from 1 November at the end of this month before the local government. The official Qwane official AC said that the party's election committee chaired by former President Kgalema Motlanthe would solve disputes at the end of November. Qwane spoke outside the house of Luthuli, where the ANC-fierce members of Ekurhuleni and Diplesseng in Mpumalanga made complaints about the manipulation of the candidate selection process and the elimination of the candidates elected by the communities. "The derivative elections will be carried out where the disputes arise and the lists of candidates were manipulated," he said.
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