The African National Congress is set to host the National elective conference in December 2022 and now the party had allowed people who wants to contest for positions to start campaigning.
It seems like now the competition is starting warming up now. Many comrades were seems not willingly to takes on the president of the Republic of South Africa and African National Congress Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa who's looking for the second term.
Comrades such as Deputy president David Mabuza is also looking for the second term, while minister Kubayi and minister Ronald Lamola are now also contesting him.
Now there are poster making waves showing that the spokesperson of the African National Congress Pule Mabe will be contesting for Presidential seat of the president of the Republic of African National Congress.
This then simple mean that he will be challenging president of the Republic of South Africa and African National Congress Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa. Out of all people, Pule Mabe who's covered with scandals.
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