Supporters of former president Jacob Zuma and ANC secretary general Ace Magashule in the party’s key eThekwini region have launched a national programme to convince other party structures to back the two leaders ahead of their corruption trials.
The group, led by Mzomuhle Dube, a branch leader from Durban, says the two are being “persecuted” because of their political beliefs in a bid to “collapse” the ANC and create the space for South Africa to be ruled by a coalition of opposition parties.
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