JOHANNESBURG - It has all the earmarks of being that a decision by a Limpopo African National Congress (ANC) branch to spurn plans to laud the party's 110th birthday festivity with suspended secretary-general Ace Magashule was a direct result of strain from a higher plan.
In a letter, which the ANC granted to the media, as of late picked Vhembe region secretary Rhuzani Ludere informed the branch that the decision to invite Magashule to "an elective event" was clashing with the ANC's constitution.
Ludere further instructs the branch in Musina, which is driven by a Magashule ally to suspend the visit, which was set to happen on Saturday, that very day as the ANC's birthday rally in the domain.
ANC public boss board part Nomvula Mokonyane: "It isn't in our formal program. As we have said in our verbalization, there are various drives that are happening outside of our plans and we have come out to say that where people are doing their own events, let it not be for the ANC."
Magashule's endorsement suggests that he can't talk straightforwardly on definitive issues and he in like manner can't address or participate in practices by ANC structures.
The plague secretary-general has regularly disregarded these standards.
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