ANC says cadre deployment memo is ‘fictitious’

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Party rejects cadre deployment memo despite confirmation from highly placed sources inside both Luthuli House and Cabinet.  Picture: Dino Lloyd, Gallo Images, file
Party rejects cadre deployment memo despite confirmation from highly placed sources inside both Luthuli House and Cabinet. Picture: Dino Lloyd, Gallo Images, file

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Party rejects cadre deployment memo despite confirmation from highly placed sources inside both Luthuli House and Cabinet

The ANC has distanced itself from a document bearing its letterhead, suggesting that Luthuli House is warning its ministers that the appointment of senior staff must be guided by the party’s deployment committee.

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