ANC's top brass gets a drubbing over Zandile Gumede ahead of fiercely contested eThekwini conference

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Mdumiseni Ntuli.
Mdumiseni Ntuli.
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ANC KwaZulu-Natal secretary Mdumiseni Ntuli says the national executive committee is to blame for the fact that corruption-accused former eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede is contesting the eThekwini chairpersonship.

In an interview with News24 on Friday, Ntuli said the step-aside rule for party members who are accused of criminal activity, was conceived without proper provision for those who step aside if they are nominated to stand for party positions. 

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