Ace Magashule rallies two factions

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It seems that Ace Magashule may be seeking to unite the two Mpumalanga factions as they prepare for their elective conference, which stalled after Mabuza left his position of provincial chairperson when he was elected as deputy president of the country. Picture: Archives
It seems that Ace Magashule may be seeking to unite the two Mpumalanga factions as they prepare for their elective conference, which stalled after Mabuza left his position of provincial chairperson when he was elected as deputy president of the country. Picture: Archives

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Mpumalanga is becoming ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule’s playground, and a province in which he appears to be enjoying support from all factions.

This may mean that Magashule has mended his relationship with Deputy President David Mabuza, which took strain when the latter broke ranks with the so-called Premier League at Nasrec in 2017 and backed Cyril Ramaphosa, rather than presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.

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