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Andile Lungisa is confident of a court victory next month. Picture: Luvuyo Mehlwana
Andile Lungisa is confident of a court victory next month. Picture: Luvuyo Mehlwana

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Former ANC Youth League (ANCYL) deputy chairperson Andile Lungisa is optimistic that the two-year jail sentence handed down to him in 2018 will be overturned when his appeal is heard by the Supreme Court of Appeal on August 17.

This should pave the way for Lungisa to launch “an untainted campaign” to become ANC chairperson in Nelson Mandela Bay.

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