Polokwane - The ANC Musina branch soccer competition, which was charged to have suspended secretary-general Ace Magashule as its visitor speaker, has been canned after a latest possible moment mediation by the territorial authority.
Magashule, who is on suspension in light of his supposed inclusion in the Free State government asbestos case, isn't permitted to join in or address ANC get-togethers.
Nonetheless, in an eyebrow-raising move, ward 8 in Musina, which is an ANC fortress in the Vhembe area, welcomed him to its soccer competition on Friday. The competition was set to conflict with the ANC's golf reserve raiser.
IOL comprehends that after dangers of putting the branch's administration through the ringer and in any event, disbanding it, the occasion was canned.
#ANC110 - The ANC's branch in Vhembe which today planned to have suspended ANC secretary-general, Ace Magashule, has bowed to strain to can the occasion. This was after Vhembe local secretary, Rudzani Ludere, kept in touch with the branch saying Magashule is persona non grata. @IOL
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Musina branch director Fistos Mafela, who is a known to frame part of the Radical Economic Transformation and who is an ally of previous president Jacob Zuma and Magashule, affirmed late on Thursday to IOL that the occasion had been dropped. He gave no excuses.
IOL has seen the letter that constrained the branch's hand on the matter.
It was written by Vhembe ANC territorial secretary Rudzani Ladere, and addressed to Mafela, ANC Limpopo common secretary Soviet Lekganyane and Basikopo Makamu, the agent commonplace secretary.
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