Supporters of corruption-charged ANC leaders facing the April 30 step-aside deadline are preparing to nominate them for regional and provincial leadership positions at the party’s pre-conference branch general meetings.
The push-back by backers of key ANC leaders from the so-called radical economic transformation faction — including former eThekwini chairperson Zandile Gumede — will begin in earnest at the branch general meetings this weekend.
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