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Heartbreaking| Only Tough Love In The Free State ANC

Tough Love In The Free State ANC

Date: 2021/10/19

David Mabuza took a swipe at Mxolisi Dukwana the newly appointed National Treasury who is also a leader in Mangaung to take action against members of the party who have criminal records so they can sweep the part clean and that information could have come from the President himself.

The Party has proven to be very difficult lately at wrongdoers from Ace Magashule to all these other big powerful politicians. Mxolisi Dukwana is there to clean up the mess that was caused by the former secretary-general of the party who is still in suspension.

The nature of the African national congress is that they have to admit all of these things as they are and take responsibility when one of their members does not follow the protocol of being a clean politician since there might be other members of the Mangaung committee with Criminal records they might lose their positions within the ruling party.

This is the reason David Mabuza is insisting that he acts now because it looks like they are about to lose the entire province if they do not act right, as Kwa Zulu Natal the EFF is strong and there are members of the ANC with criminal records still campaigning hard for the party. It is heartbreaking to watch a big party fall apart.

Stalin Liphiko is also holding his own Rallies in the Free State opposing Cyril Ramaphosa and the African National Congress, as he registered his own party that will be going against the ruling party in one of the Municipalities in the free state metros, which are to be shared between the ANC and EFF with Ace Magushule being benched it is going to be a little bit complicated for the ANC to have those kinds of wins like they used to have in Matjhabeng Municipality ward 4 these elections, as there are a lot of challenges. 


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