Stylish Bheki Cele at ANC conference

2012-11-24 12:37
Bheki Cele (Craig Nieuwenhuizen, Beeld)

Bheki Cele (Craig Nieuwenhuizen, Beeld)

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Durban - Former national police commissioner Bheki Cele arrived at the ANC’s KwaZulu-Natal nomination conference on Saturday in his usual stylish navy trousers, striped shirt and his trademark hat.

Registration for the conference - at the Olive Convention Centre in Durban - went smoothly with the only hurdle being that some of the delegates were not aware they had to bring their identity documents with them to the venue.

KwaZulu-Natal is President Jacob Zuma's home province and the ANC's biggest in terms of membership.

It could have an influence over Zuma winning a second term as leader at the party's elective conference in Mangaung next month.

The province will take 974 delegates to the conference.

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