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Here Is Why Madikizela Is Waiting For Mabuyane tO Leave

EAST LONDON - The Eastern Cape African National Congress (ANC's) Babalo Madikizela said that he was looking out for Oscar Mabuyane to give him the go-ahead to quit serving the common government.

Mabuyane, who was reappointed executive at the party's 10th elective meeting at the end of the week, is additionally the chief of the area.

Madikizela is the public works MEC who missed out to Mabuyane.

He told Eyewitness News that there was no hurry to exit and that he would propose a timetable for his exit, including ideas of his expected substitution.

While theory has been overflowing that there would be a cleanse of the individuals who didn't uphold Mabuyane's offered to get back to the rudder, he said there'd be no such.

In any case, Mabuyane likewise let columnists know that it was the ideal opportunity for the public authority to direct mid-term audits of the MECs.

Madikizela said that he'd done his absolute best.

"I've attempted to put forth a valiant effort. I've not got public works and again I've attempted to put forth a valiant effort and don't believe there's anything different that I'll do now. Simply the moral work... my heart has forever been doing business," Madikizela said.

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