Ace Magashule, a politician and anti-apartheid campaigner from South Africa, is now suspended from his duties as the secretary-general of the African National Congress. From 2009 to 2018, he presided over the Free State, one of South Africa's nine provinces.
Numerous accusations of Magashule's involvement in corrupt practices have been made. He is awaiting trial after being detained in November 2020.
In 1991, Ace Magashule won the election for Northern Free State Region Chair of the ANC. In 1994, he was chosen to serve as the ANC's deputy chairman in the Free State. Between 1994 to 1996, Ace Magashule was both the MEC for Economic Affairs and the MEC for Transportation. In the month of August 1997, Ace Magashule was assigned to the National Assembly. In the 1998, he became the Free State's provincial chairperson for the African National Congress (ANC).
Seipati Magashule, Ace Magashule's longtime girlfriend, and the couple were married in the 1990s. Magashule has three kids with his wife Seipati Magashule. The Gauteng High Court, however, denied Magashule's request to appeal his suspension on September 13, 2021. On November 3, 2021, there will be a pre-trial hearing for the charges of corruption and money laundering.
What is Ace Magashule's market value? The approximate value of Ace Magashule's net worth is $10 million, or roughly R148 million in South African rands. His private investing firms are his primary source of income. Ace Magashule enjoys a luxury lifestyle and various expensive vehicles thanks to his successful career. He is one of South Africa's wealthiest politicians.
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