- ANC's National Working Committee is going to have a meeting on Monday to talk about Ace Magashule
- The suspended secretary-general has landed in trouble for writing a letter of suspension to Cyril Ramaphosa
- The ANC has selected top lawyers to deal with the case of Ace Magashule and find the way forward
The African National Congress (ANC) National Working Committee (NWC) will meet on Monday to examine suspended secretary-general Ace Magashule.
This is for Magashule's resistance of the National Executive Committee's (NEC) guidance to apologize to party branches for composing a letter of suspension to President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Magashule composed a letter of suspension to Ramaphosa and furthermore moved toward the High Court in Johannesburg to save his suspension and to pronounce the ANC's progression to the side goal unlawful.
According to SABC News, during the last NEC meeting, Magashule was suspended and he was given 48 hours to apologize to the ANC branches or face further disciplinary action. Ramaphosa portrayed Magashule's lead as both shocking and uncommon.
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Magashule, in his application, additionally included records of the brief snippets which were spilled to the media to legitimize his case that his suspension depended on factional fights inside the ANC according to IOL.
The sources said Magashule would also come under fire for including the transcripts of the audio clippings in his court application.
Briefly News previously reported that Ramaphosa did not expect Ace Magashule to take legal action against the ANC. President Cyril Ramaphosa revealed that he was caught off guard by suspended ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule's decision to take the ANC to court.
This was because he thought that Magashule would not question the constitutional grounds for the step-aside policy adopted by the ANC.
According to eNCA, Ramaphosa revealed that Magashule had been instrumental in implementing and adhering to the ANC constitution. Ramaphosa has doubled down on his decision as president of the ANC and the country.
News24 reported that he said that he has not lost any sleep over the steps he has taken as president. The ANC is facing a challenging time as suspended members are taking the party to court and the party appears fractured.
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