ANC NEC to hear calls for corruption accused to be removed 'en masse'

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ANC President, Cyril Ramaphosa, and Deputy President, David Mabuza.
ANC President, Cyril Ramaphosa, and Deputy President, David Mabuza.
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The ANC's national executive committee (NEC) meeting will dedicate Friday to comb through a list of its leaders and members who have been implicated in corruption.

Supporters of President Cyril Ramaphosa are going into the meeting prepared to argue that those implicated in corruption should resign en masse.

They insist that the "innocent until proven guilty" doctrine is against the party's resolutions and are prepared to argue that anyone with corruption allegations hanging over their head must face the boot.

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