Nqakula was responding to a question during the Daily Dispatch and University of Fort Hare Dialogues in East London on Friday night. Nqakula emphasised his view that Zuma must step down as president of the country post the ANC conference in December and make way for whoever emerges as party president to assume the same responsibility in the Union Buildings too.
ANC MP and staunch President Jacob Zuma critic Charles Nqakula would take it on the chin should his wife‚ minister of defence and military veterans Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula‚ be fired from the cabinet. Nqakula was responding to a question during the Daily Dispatch and University of Fort Hare Dialogues in East London on Friday night.
The ANC Youth League in the Eastern Cape has resolved to lobby the league’s national executive committee (NEC) to include Mdantsane-raised Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula for the position of ANC national chairwoman. The NEC did not propose any Eastern Cape names for the top six for when the party elects its new leadership in December. This was said by ANCYL provincial task team (PTT) convener Ntombikayise Mnyengeza after the PTT’s meeting last Sunday.
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