- Cyril Ramaphosa has been re-elected as ANC president.
- He beat Zweli Mkhize with 579 votes.
- Paul Mashatile has been elected deputy president.
Cyril Ramaphosa has survived the onslaught from Zweli Mkhize to be elected for a second term as ANC president.
Ramaphosa won with 2 476 votes against Mkhize's 1 897.
Ramaphosa's victory, however, wasn't a complete win for his slate. Paul Mashatile, who was not supported by the president's camp, was elected deputy president ahead of Oscar Mabuyane and Ronald Lamola.
Mashatile received 2 178 votes, compared to Mabuyane's 1 858 and Lamola's 315.
Gwede Mantashe was re-elected as national chairperson, while Fikile Mbalula will occupy the secretary-general's important office.
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His first deputy secretary will be Nomvula Mokonyane, and the second deputy will be Maropene Ramokgopa.
Gwen Ramokgopa has been elected treasurer-general.
More to follow.