MKMVA to stay away from protests against ANC NEC’s step-aside ruling

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ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule.
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule.

Plans by KwaZulu-Natal-Natal forces loyal to former president Jacob Zuma and ANC secretary general Ace Magashule to embark on nation-wide protests in support of the two leaders are in disarray. This after MK war vets have decided not to get involved.

The Zuma and Magashule supporters were allegedly plotting to target key points and block national roads and entrances to businesses hubs in protest against a recent ANC national executive committee (NEC) resolution that party members facing criminal charges should step down from both their party and government positions.

Both Zuma and Magashule are currently facing criminal charges.

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