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‘Stand aside’ rule fails the Ace test

The ANC has stalled on setting ground rules for cleanout of comrades accused of corruption

Unlawful payments and a solid state witness could sink Ace Magashule

Magashule’s personal assistant is working with prosecutors to reveal how the R255-million cash was moved

‘Let ANC deal with its leaders facing corruption charges,’ Ramaphosa tells parliament

The president was answering questions before parliament, where he also told the EFF to allow the courts to decide on the matter of the CR17 bank statements

Ace Magashule stays put despite corruption charges

The ANC secretary general has not offered to stand aside, despite the recent NEC ruling

ANC responds to Ace’s arrest warrant

The asbestos scam has come back to haunt ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule, and he is expected to face the music on Friday in Bloemfontein

Free State branches gun for Ace

Parts of the provincial ANC will target their former premier, Magashule, and the Free State PEC in a rolling mass action campaign

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