ANC silently tries to get Zandile Gumede to resign

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Zandile Gumede was elected ANC regional chairperson at the party's provincial conference in Durban in early April. photo: File
Zandile Gumede was elected ANC regional chairperson at the party's provincial conference in Durban in early April. photo: File

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Late last month, the ANC allegedly launched efforts behind the scenes to get former eThekwini mayor and new KwaZulu-Natal chairperson Zandile Gumede to resign from her position, City Press has learnt.

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