ANCWL allegedly sends photo of a gun to journo who exposed Zuma plot

ANCWL allegedly sends photo of a gun to journo who exposed Zuma plot

- The journalist who first wrote about the alleged plot to dethrone President Ramaphosa accuses the ANCWL of sending her a photo of a gun

- The ANC Women's League Secretary-General, Meokgo Matuba denies ever sending the photo and says someone else must have sent it from her phone

- The ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule admitted meeting with Jacob Zuma but denies any plot

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South Africa's political scene has always been on the edge of being dramatic and lately, it has become even more interesting.

Not too long ago, it was reported that ANC members met with Jacob Zuma to make plans to dethrone President Cyril Ramaphosa. Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the former president and some of his loyal followers met in a hotel in Durban.

Since this news broke, South African tongues have been wagging about whether or not it could be true. Everyone is actually expecting it to be true.

Now things got even more dramatic as the ANC Women's League Secretary-General, Meokgo Matuba, is accused of sending a photo of a gun to the journalist that first reported the plot.

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Matuba denied sending the photo and said she shares her phone with many people, it must have been one of them who sent it.

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Apparently, the photo was sent when the journalist, Qaanitah Hunter, tried to phone Matuba.

The South African reports that Matuba apologised for the incident but remains adamant that she didn't send it.

In the meantime, ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule admitted meeting with Zuma. He denied plotting to oust President Ramaphosa but would not say what the meeting was about.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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