My son works for the Guptas, Zuma not going anywhere ... yet – Magashule, AS IT HAPPENED

2018-01-22 15:04

ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule says the NEC has not yet made a decision on the future of President Jacob Zuma. He also acknowledged that his son has been working for the controversial Gupta family, "and it's not a secret".

News24 journalist Tshidi Madia is reporting live from Luthuli House

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22 Jan 15:38
Magashule: We've noted the killings in KZN. We know there's a commission that's been set up, and as the ANC, we need to resolve that matter. Says they won't go through the courts, but will deal with it politically and internally... engaging different groupings

22 Jan 15:35
Magashule: we have not arrived at any decision [on Zuma]. [I've] just said there is a discussion that this conversation that must take place, We are an organisation and discuss our own matters. Says they won't be dictated to, in terms of what to deal with 

22 Jan 15:33
Magashule: "my son has been working for the Guptas, it's no secret ... but he is not involved in the farm" 

22 Jan 15:30
Magashule says the dairy farm issue is with the NPA, "lets leave that matter"

22 Jan 15:30
Magashule says KZN and Free State will have interim leadership to make sure they go to conference. The ANC SG says they will give us names once they've informed their comrades.

22 Jan 15:29
Magashule: no timelines here, we engage, process things and discuss... give us time to deal with that matter

22 Jan 15:28
Magashule says the NEC discussed the Zuma matter and it would be left to the officials, says there are no timelines.

22 Jan 15:25

22 Jan 15:24
Magashule on Zuma's exit says officials were given the task to deal with it and would continue to do so. "This matter was discussed in the NEC because it's a matter of coordination between Luthuli House and government"

22 Jan 15:19
Magashule: looking forward to government implementing, without fail our resolutions from the 54th national conference

22 Jan 15:19
Magashule: NEC advised government to support the people of the Western Cape in handling the water crisis

22 Jan 15:18
Magashue says they agreed to resolve the party's problems internally. 'Everyone is happy that this is a political solution" and says they will rerun certain BGMs and conferences as mandated by the courts

22 Jan 15:17
Magashule: We have suspended, not dissolved the PECs of Free State and KwaZulu-Natal  

22 Jan 15:15
Magashule says the Lekgotla has recommended that a moratorium be placed on the sale of state land 

22 Jan 15:14
Magashule on land: whatever we do, we must act responsibly. Says they will engage traditional leaders and other stake holders on this

22 Jan 15:11
Magashule: we have adopted a mining charter but there is a need to engage and further consult with stakeholders

22 Jan 15:11
Magashule: Lekgotla agreed that we must convene a job summit, in the first quarter of the year. Says they want all stakeholders to participate so the country can move forward

22 Jan 15:09
Magashule: government directed to engage institutions of higher learning, says on issues such as accommodation and transport.

22 Jan 15:07
Magashule says the Lekgotla focused on free higher education and infrastructure - on higher education; commended government and other institutions for the work done to see the implementation of free higher education.

22 Jan 15:06
Magashule and his deputy Jessie Duarte have arrived

22 Jan 15:04

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