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Ramaphosa’s destiny to be mentioned at ANC NEC assembly





The ANC has confirmed {that a} particular assembly is anticipated to happen on Thursday evening, following the Phala Phala panel report launched on Wednesday.

The Part 89 panel discovered that President Cyril Ramaphosa has a case to reply in reference to the housebreaking that passed off on his Phala Phala game farm in February 2020.

ALSO READ: Ramaphosa NCOP Q&A postponed to sift through Phala Phala report

Stepping apart?

The report by the Part 89 panel is anticipated to be the highest agenda of the nationwide government committee (NEC) assembly.

Parliamentary counsellor to the president, Gerhard Koornhof, stated in an announcement on Thursday morning that the report “has been unprecedented within the lifetime of our constitutional democracy”.

Ramaphosa’s detractors are anticipated to ask him to step apart and his deputy, David Mabuza, has been touted as appearing president.

An ANC NEC insider instructed The Citizen the particular NEC assembly would happen round 7pm.

“The discover says we can be served with the agenda afterward,” stated the insider.

ALSO READ: Phala Phala findings place Ramaphosa’s political career and future into ‘an immediate crisis’

Requested if Deputy President David Mabuza would function appearing president if Ramaphosa was pressured to step apart on Thursday evening, the NEC member stated they would favor to not remark.

“What I’m choosing up is what I noticed on TV; I don’t need to be opportunistic and reply. I have no idea something, however I’m trying ahead to going to the NEC.”

Mabuza’s media liaison officer Matshepo Seedat dismissed any claims that Mabuza would take over from Ramaphosa if he was to be pressured to step apart.

“I have no idea something of that kind; we don’t remark about rumours,” stated Seedat.

Presidential spokesperson Vincent Magwenya, and ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe, couldn’t be reached for remark by the point of publication.

ALSO READ: EFF: Ramaphosa forfeited right to be president when he conducted business like ‘the mafia’

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