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ANC enough money to contest November elections, says Mashatile.

JOHANNESBURG - African National Congress (ANC) treasure general Paul Mashatile said the party had sufficient cash to challenge the neighborhood government decisions. 

Mashatile was talking in Riverside View in northern Johannesburg on Sunday where authorities urged individuals to enroll. 

The ANC has been engaging monetarily. 

The party has neglected to pay staff members for a considerable length of time with reports arising that it likewise owes the taxman for cash it deducted from laborers yet neglected to pay over. 

Representatives have likewise been setting out on pickets and go eases back at the party's workplaces the nation over. 

Presently with the neighborhood government decisions around the bend, the party said it's monetarily steady 

to battle the decisions and asset its mission. 

Fortune general Paul Mashatile said: "Large numbers of our individuals are contributing and we will be giving assets to our kin. Along these lines, we are in the mission." 

Simultaneously, chopped out ANC representative Carl Niehaus and some party individuals have opened a criminal body of evidence against the association and its top chiefs over the matter.

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ANC Johannesburg Mashatile Paul Mashatile Riverside View


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