In many occasions when the African National Congress National Executive Council members meet, they come out carrying resolutions and in one term, unfortunately this time around, it didn't come out like that.
The African National Congress National Executive Council members were meeting this past weekend on Lekgotla. There were several issues on the program but many were looking forward to see what will be the resolution on the conflict between president Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa and member of National Executive Council, minister Lindiwe Sisulu over her opinion piece titled: " South Africa have you seen justice".
The tension between the two fueled when the office of presidency announced that Minister Lindiwe Sisulu had apologized, which she came out boldly and denied what the office of presidency.
It has been reported that Some members of the African National Congress National Executive Council are calling on party president, Cyril Ramaphosa, to take action against Tourism Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu. However, Tony Yengeni, also an NEC member, has defended Sisulu and it is believed that he's not alone.
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