Ace Magashule seems to suggest that there may well be truth in claims put forward by Jacob Zuma. The ANC Secretary-General dubbed the accusations as serious, something he says the party can't ignore.
Former president Jacob Zuma's testimony before the State Capture Inquiry has seen accusations levied against fellow ANC members.
Speaking to 702, Ace Magashule let on that the party has taken them up in a very serious light, commenting that:
"Some of us have been around... from the unbanning of the ANC. I've been a member of the national executive committee of the ANC, so I know some of the things that President Zuma might actually be saying."
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the first day of testimony had seen former minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi accused of serving as a spy to apartheid intelligence forces.
Magashule revealed that Zuma had paid a visit to Luthuli House last week, in anticipation of his testimony. He said he might say certain things which might not sit well with the ANC, which we were not aware of."
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