A battle for the control of the Gauteng ANC

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In the build-up to the postponed ANC Gauteng conference, David Makhura and Panyaza Lesufi have found themselves under scrutiny in what sources say are deliberate moves to discredit them. Picture: Mpumelelo Buthelezi
In the build-up to the postponed ANC Gauteng conference, David Makhura and Panyaza Lesufi have found themselves under scrutiny in what sources say are deliberate moves to discredit them. Picture: Mpumelelo Buthelezi

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Makhura, who was cleared of any wrongdoing this week, said an attempt to draw him into the personal protective equipment (PPE) tender looting scandal was a direct political attack on him.

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