ANC releases consolidated nominations list

Foreign Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has declined a nomination as African National Congress ANC) chairperson but has accepted a nomination for deputy president.

This emerged on Thursday when the ANC released its long-awaited consolidated list of nominations for its national executive committee (NEC).

It consolidates the nominations put forward by the ANC’s provinces, the ANC Women’s League and the ANC Youth League just over a week ago.

The nominations will be presented to the ANC’s 52nd national conference to be held at the University of Limpopo between December 16 and 20.

Candidates nominated for the top positions have all accepted, except one.

They are:

President: Jacob Zuma, Thabo Mbeki;

Deputy President: Kgalema Motlanthe, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma;

National chairperson: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (declined), Tokyo Sexwale, Joel Netshitenzhe;

Secretary General: Gwede Mantashe, Terror Mosiuoa Lekota;

Deputy secretary general: Baleka Mbete, Thoko Didiza; and

Treasurer General: Matthews Phosa, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka.

Nominations for the NEC, which have been accepted, are:

1. Balfour, Ngconde Mathemba

2. Balindlela, Nosimo

3. Bengu, Nozabelo Ruth

4. Booi, Nyami

5. Botha, Ntombazana

6. Brown, Lynne

7. Capa (Langa), Zoleka

8. Cele, Bheki Hamilton

9. Chabane, Collins

10. Chikane, Frank

11. Chiwayo, Lassy

12. Cronin, Jeremy

13. Davies, Rob

14. Dexter, Phillip

15. Didiza, Angela Thokozile

16. Dipico, Manne

17. Dlamini, Bathabile Olive

18. Dlodlo, Ayanda

19. Duarte, Jessie

20. Ebrahim, Ebrahim

21. Erwin, Alec

22. Fraser-Moleketi, Geraldine j

23. George, Mluleki

24. Gigaba, Malusi

25. Ginwala, Frene

26. Hanekom, Derek

27. Hendricks, Lindiwe

28. Hlongwane, Mlungisi

29. Jenkins, Hazel Gertrude

30. Joemat-Pietersen, Tina

31. Johnson, Lulu

32. Jonas, Mcebisi

33. Jordan, Zweledinga Pallo

34. Kalako, Lerumo

35. Kasienyane, Onewang Rebecca

36. Kasrils, Ronnie

37. Khumalo, Kenneth

38. Komose, Deborah

39. Kondlo, Ncumisa

40. Kota, Zou

41. Lekota, Mosioua ”Terror”

42. Lobe, Charlotte

43. Love , Janet

44. Lubisi, William

45. Maape, Bushy

46. Mabandla, Brigette Sylvia

47. Mabudafhasi, Joyce Rejoice

48. Mabuyakhulu, Mike

49. Mabuza, David Dabede

50. Macozoma, Saki

51. Madisha, Willie

52. Madlala-Routledge, Nozizwe

53. Maduna, Penuell

54. Magadzi, Dikeledi

55. Magashule, Ace

56. Mahlalela, Fish

57. Mahlangu, Qedani Dorothy

58. Makwetla, Thabang

59. Manana, Sibongile

60. Mandela, Nomzamo Nobandla Winnie

61. Manuel, Trevor

62. Mapisa-Nqakula, Nosiviwe

63. Masetlha, Billy Lesedi

64. Mashamba, Tintswalo Godwin George

65. Mashamba, Joyce

66. Mashego-Dlamini, Candith

67. Masilela, January

68. Masondo, Amos

69. Masualle, Phumulo

70. Mathale , Cassel

71. Matosa, Pat

72. Matsepe-Casaburri, Ivy

73. Mayende-Sibiya, Noluthando

74. Mbalula, Ffikile April

75. Mbete, Baleka Mmakota

76. Mdladlana, Membathisi

77. Mentor, Vytjie

78. Mfeketo, Nomaindia

79. Mhlahlo, Thobile

80. Mkhatshwa, Smangaliso

82. Mlambo-Ngcuka, Phumzile

83. Modau, Mojo

84. Modise, Thandi Ruth

85. Mohlaloga, Rubben

86. Mokitlane, Modise ”Casca”

87. Mokonyane, Nomvula

88. Molefe, Popo

89. Molekane, Ellen Nnana Ntsitse

90. Molekane, Rapu

91. Moleketi, Jabu

92. Molewa, Edna

93. Moloto, Sello

94. Moosa, Valli

95. Morule, London Playfair

96. Motlanthe, Kgalema

97. Motshekga, Angie

98. Motshekga, Mathole

99. Motsoaledi, Aaron

100. Mpahlwa, Mandisi ”Sipho”

101. Mthembi-Mahanyele, Sankie

102. Mthembu, Jackson

103. Mthethwa, Nathi

104. Mtintso, Thenjiwe

105. Mufamadi, Thaba

106. Mufamadi, Sydney

107. Myakayaka-Manzini, Mavivi

108. Ndebele, Sibusiso

109. Ndleleni, Duma

110. Ndou, Jerry

111. Netshitendze, Joel

112. Ngculu, James

113. Ngonyama, Smuts Lulama

114. Nkoana-Mashabane, Maite

115. Nkuhlu, Andile

116. Nondwangu, Silumko

117. Nqakula, Charles

118. Ntuli, Makhosi

119. Ntwanambi, Nosipho

120. Nyanda, General Siphiwe

121. Nzimande, Blade

122. Oliphant, Godfrey

123. Pahad, Aziz

124. Pahad, Essop

125. Pandor, Naledi

126. Peters, Dipuo

127. Phaahla, Joe

128. Potgieter-Gcubule, Febe

129. Pule, Dina

130. Radebe, Jeff

131. Ramaphosa, Cyril

132. Ramathlodi, Ngoako Abel

133. Rasool, Ebrahim

134. Rwexana, Kiki Sindiswa Patricia

135. Sefularo, Molefi

136. September, Connie

137. Sexwale, Tokyo

138. Shabangu, Susan

139. Shiceka, Sicelo

140. Shilowa, Mbhazima

141. Sisilu, Lindiwe

142. Sisulu, Max Vuyisile

143. Skweyiya, Zola

144. Sonjica, Buyelwa Patience

145. Sotyu, Maggie

146. Stofile, Makhenkesi

147. Strachan, Garth

148. Surty, Enver

149. Tobias, Thandi Vivian

150. Tolashe, Sisisi

151. Tshabalala-Msimang, Manto

152. Tshwete, Pam

153. Tsopo, Ouma

154. Van der merwe, Sue

155. Xingwana, Lulu

156. Yengeni, Tony

157. Zitha, Langa

158. Zulu, Lindiwe — Sapa — Sapa

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