President Cyril Ramaphosa has won the “unequivocal” backing of the remainder of the ANC high six for secretary-general Ace Magashule to “immediately” step aside unfinished the end result of his fraud and corruption case.
Business Day understands this was the response of the opposite 5 officers once Magashule well-read them on Sunday night that he wouldn’t voluntarily vacate the workplace, despite a national government committee ruling that those facing criminal charges should step aside or face suspension.
Magashule faces many corruption charges regarding a multimillion-rand amphibole wipeout tender.
Sunday Times Daily reports it’s understood that Magashule won’t step apart from his position while not a fight, which can force the party to suspend him. it’s then expected that he can get to charm against that call.
The guidelines developed around step aside failed to spell out the appeals method, that ANC treasurer-general Paul Mashatile is currently speeding to complete prior the national government committee (NEC) meeting this weekend.