Ex ANC treasury general Mathew Phosa has sent a warning to Deputy president David Mabuza against throwing his head on the ring ahead of the ANC 2022 national elective conference. Phosa believes it is too early for Mabuza to take such action.
This comes after Mabuza said he is ready to stand for re-election as the ruling party's deputy president if he gets nominated. Mabuza made this remarks while doing the door to door campaign in Mamelodi on Thursday.
Phosa said there is a lot of things that's needs to be considered before nomination for the ANC big guns.
It is way too early, Mabuza also knows. There road is still long. Members will also be surprise about the race. There is still a policy conference to attend, before you can talk about the race he said.
Comrades prefer to wait because if you don't wait. You can be discouraged as there is a lot to go through before the race.
Mabuza knows very well that he does not have Mpumalanga province. He can't manage without Mpumalanga. He knows very well that KZN together with Eastern cape won't nominate him it is way too early for him to talk about the race.
Both individuals have a history together of legal battles. However Mabuza has once said that there is no bad blood between Mabuza's family and Phosa. He said family members at times they do argue and make up.
He claimed that the family were in good terms. Both gentleman know each from an early age, when Phosa was still a Premier of Mpumalanga.
Mabuza learned a lot from Phosa back then.
Mabuza has also had his shares of challenges after he was reported sick. He managed to recover. He will be hoping he stays healthy to fulfill his political goal.
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