Ace Magashule: No more secret meetings among ANC party leaders

Ace Magashule: No more secret meetings among ANC party leaders

- The African National Congress will never again have any secret meetings

- This was decided by the special national committee and announced by the ANC Secretary-General, Ace Magashule

- This comes after Magashule was accused of having secret meetings with former president Jacob Zuma

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The ANC has decided that the party's top 6 leaders will no longer have any secret meetings. From now on, they will always know about each other's meetings and whereabouts.

There will be no such thing as 'discreet meetings' anymore, and details about the meetings will be transparent.

The special national committee decided on this resolution, and it was adopted by the party during a meeting in Pretoria on 3 November.

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Ace Magashule, the ANC's Secretary-General says there will no longer be secret meetings among leaders, according to a report by EWN.

We’ve agreed that it’s better when we work collectively and discuss organisational issues. We should know what is happening; I should know where the president is and he should know where I am.

This comes after Magashule, and other leaders of the ANC was allegedly secretly meeting with Jacob Zuma about two months ago. The meeting was supposedly about plans to get rid of President Ramaphosa.

Magashule was called into a meeting to explain this so-called secret meeting with Zuma, as reported on earlier by Briefly.

READ ALSO: EFF says President Ramaphosa's axing of Tom Moyane was illegal

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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