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IOL Reports KZN Endorsement for Zweli Mkhize

SOUTH AFRICA
  • Local press reports that key region KwaZulu-Natal has endorsed the Dr Zweli Mkhize and Paul Mashatile slate to lead the party for the ANC's December leadership conference, further complicating the process for President Ramaphosa to be re-elected later this year.
  • Follows reports overnight that former ANC leader Zuma had endorsed Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, further deepening the divisions between the rival factions in the party.
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  • Local press reports that key region KwaZulu-Natal has endorsed the Dr Zweli Mkhize and Paul Mashatile slate to lead the party for the ANC's December leadership conference, further complicating the process for President Ramaphosa to be re-elected later this year.
  • Follows reports overnight that former ANC leader Zuma had endorsed Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, further deepening the divisions between the rival factions in the party.