Rush of candidates to ANC political school

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David Masondo says it is the realities of the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, available time and resources that makes it impossible to respond positively to all requests received thus far. Photo: Archive
David Masondo says it is the realities of the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, available time and resources that makes it impossible to respond positively to all requests received thus far. Photo: Archive

POLITICS

The ANC political school has been “inundated with requests to enrol for its courses” since President Cyril Ramaphosa announced October 27 as the date for the local government elections.

According to David Masondo, the principal of the school, “it is the realities of the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, available time and resources that makes it impossible to respond positively to all requests received thus far”.

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