Dr. Zweli Mkhize, the former minister of health, has accepted the invitation of traditionalists to run for the ANC presidency.
Mkhize, who faced a tidal wave of charges of defilement that prompted him to resign his position a year ago, has asserted that there may be individuals aiming to uncover evidence against him.
The ANC heavyweight says he will continue to fight regardless of the defilement allegations he is facing and the "goal to discredit him."
Some of Zweli Mkhize's opponents have stated that, despite the fact that the former health minister is facing corruption allegations, they no longer require an ANC leader from KwaZulu-Natal.
Mkhize accepts his nomination for ANC administration after learning that another Zuma associate, Dlamini, will run for ANC administration after being nominated by party branches.
Former ANC representative Sizani Dlamini-Dubazana, who has been working on recharging projects in the region, became the least likely candidate to run for the ANC presidency.
ANC partners in Kwa-Zulu Natal will struggle to decide who should be their opponent, but it looks Zweli Mkhize has more supporters than Dlamini-Dubazana.
Amakhosi, who was appointed as the ANC heavyweight, presented him with a representative panther skin once the ANC Presidency was funded.
On Saturday, this occurred at the umgcagco service of Dedani Mkhize and Sithokozile Mthembu in Willowfontein, Pietermaritzburg.
Ace Magashule, the suspended secretary general, can't profit himself for the mission regardless of whether branches name him due to the progression to the side rules. Mkhize is gradually becoming RET's number one.
In addition to becoming a bottleneck, the new restrictions prevent branches from hiring anyone facing criminal charges. This indicates that Magashule cannot represent the organization.
Zweli Mkhize, as one of the longest-serving members of the ANC, has the backing of a substantial number of ANC structures, which could aid him during the December election conference.
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