ANC Secretary-General, Ace Magashule, is taking the party to court to challenge his suspension after he refused to step aside. The High Court in Johannesburg has set down two days to hear the application.
Suspended ANC Secretary-General #AceMagashule is taking the party to court to challenge his suspension after he refused to step aside. #eNCA’s @SiphamandlaGoge speaks to some of his supporters outside the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg. #DStv403 #NewsLink pic.twitter.com/5z5Aun5Krr
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He is taking the party to court to challenge his suspension after he refused to step aside.
Magashule was told to step aside as he faces corruption and fraud charges related to the controversial Free State asbestos project.
— #TheLordOfTheMedia (@samkelemaseko) June 24, 2021
According to political analyst, Sanusha Naidu speaking to eNCA said Ace Magashule isn’t going down without a fight.
Magashule insists his suspension and the criminal charges against him are part of a political witch-hunt.
Suspended ANC Secretary General #AceMagashule will this morning challenge his suspension by his party in the High Court in Johannesburg. #Newzroom405's @MbaliThethani is outside the Johannesburg High Court and she speaks to MKMVA spokesperson Carl Niehaus for more details. pic.twitter.com/nXzyvpVY7c
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