Unapologetic Ace gives Ramaphosa the middle finger
'The secretary-general will not apologise because he is convinced of the position he has taken,' says an ANC source close to Magashule.
Eric Naki'The secretary-general has appealed the suspension, he will proceed with legal action. But he will not apologise because he is convinced of the position he has taken,' says a source close to Magashule.ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa and secretary-general Ace Magashule during the party’s Limpopo provincial conference on 24 June 2018 in Polokwane.. Picture: Gallo Images/Sowetan/Antoio Muchave
Embattled ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule has shown the party’s second-highest decision-making body, the national executive committee (NEC), and President Cyril Ramaphosa the middle finger and vowed: “I won’t apologise." ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday displayed his resoluteness for all to see who is boss by giving Magashule his marching orders and telling him to apologise. Backed by a strong endorsement from the party’s top brass NEC, Ramaphosa told Magashule to stay at home and apologise publicly for undermining him with an unwarranted suspension. But an adamant Magashule vowed he would not apologise to anyone and he would proceed with...
Embattled ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule has shown the party’s second-highest decision-making body, the national executive committee (NEC), and President Cyril Ramaphosa the middle finger and vowed: “I won’t apologise.”ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday headtopics.com
displayed his resoluteness for all to see who is bossby giving Magashule his marching orders and telling him to apologise.Backed by a strong endorsement from the party’s top brass NEC, Ramaphosa told Magashule to stay at home and apologise publicly for undermining him with an unwarranted suspension.
But an adamant Magashule vowed he would not apologise to anyone and he would proceed with legal action to challenge his suspension by the ANC.A reliable source close to Magashule, who said he met him soon after Ramaphosa made the announcement, said the secretary-general would pursue legal action and nothing would stop him from speaking publicly, or doing what he wanted to do.
ALSO READ:Ace may have a point, but I can’t find my little violin for him“The secretary-general has appealed the suspension, he will proceed with legal action. But he will not apologise because he is convinced of the position he has taken,” the source said.
Ramaphosa, in post-NEC closing remarks, said the letter Magashule wrote to suspend him was seen by the NEC as “not authorised”, “not mandated” by any structure of the movement and in flagrant violation of ANC rules, norms and the constitution.The NEC stopped short of hauling him before a disciplinary committee for putting the party into disrepute. Instead, he was ordered to make a public apology to party structures and members. Whether he will do this remains to be seen. headtopics.com
The sidelined secretary-general is left with two choices: to accept the party’s censure and humble himself to Ramaphosa, or defy and face disciplinary action that could see him being expelled.A clear sign that the ANC wanted to see the back of Magashule was its appointment of deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte to take over Magashule’s duties as secretary-general until his criminal trial was concluded.
Ramaphosa indicated that Duarte was abused by Magashule’s supporters at Luthuli House. He condemned the “unwarranted attacks” and “insults” by staff at Luthuli House for carrying out a duty she was asked to do by the NEC, national working committee and senior ANC officials.
ALSO READ:Decisive action sets off surge of support for RamphosaThe NEC’s decision ended speculation the ANC could ditch its step-aside rule in a bow to pressure from Magashule’s supporters in the NEC and outside the party.However the governing party will still go on a lekgotla to discuss strategies to strengthen its renewal and unity project as suggested by former party president
Thabo Mbeki.But all this will happen without Magashule. Magashule’s supporters pushed for the lekgotla in the hope it would accompany the shelving of the step-aside rule and withdrawal of the suspensions of Magashule, ANC MP Bongani Bongo and others.The NEC did not entertain Magashule’s ally, Dakota Legoete, and some branches in eThekwini and North West, which called for a special elective conference. headtopics.comRead more: The Citizen News »
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This is good cause he is going to be expelled. He brought the organization into disrepute by saying he suspended the president. Big mistake.They will kick him out for good. Ace Magashule doesn’t want a political solution but a legal solution on his suspension. He is going to lose at cost anyway. As stubborn as a mule ou Elias 😂😂😂😂😂
The defiant asbestos man Fight wena Ace And he said verbatim'I will exhaust internal ANC processes' He better start his own spaza shop, buffalo is on rampage He will fail. ANC is cleansing itself. The NEC discussed the ‘letter of suspension’ written by the Secretary-General to the President for which (he) had no authority or mandate from any structure of the movement,” said Ramaphosa
Thts what we want. He must never apologise. We want him expelled at the end ANC 🖕not Ramaphosa
'Won't apologise' - Magashule gives Ramaphosa the middle finger | The Citizen'The secretary-general will not apologise because he is convinced of the position he has taken,' says an ANC source close to Magashule. The best choice I've made this year was investing in cryptocurrency and forex trading and earning from home. With the help of KevinKatch2 I've been earning ZAR60,353.00k weekly I've never regretted this decision fellow RSA, 🙏🏻 He listened too much to Malema.Malema said he is the belly of one is important as SG in ANC.That went into his head. From your source ?
That's exactly what we want,arrogant fools will never humble themselves.ANC must expel him,anyway it's his opportunity to take his position in ATM Ehhh...🤔😶🧐😟
Ramaphosa shows Ace who’s the boss | The CitizenPresident Cyril Ramaphosa took the fight right back to suspended Ace Magashule and others in the rebel camp of former president Jacob Zuma. CR I Iike him: My President didn't resort to compiling false reports which alleges that Ace is an Asian spy, we only allowed the recognized process to unfold..Premium-quality 👌.Until all kingpins are eliminated & morals spread like a skin-rash within the ANC
Ace ordered to apologise publicly for Ramaphosa suspension | The CitizenRamaphosa was delivering the closing address after the party's NEC meeting at the weekend. Gone or suspended? The Citizen doing The Citizen thing! Ace good bye 🤣🤣👋👋
ANC NEC: It's done, Ace is gone - Ramaphosa says suspension stands | The CitizenRamaphosa was delivering the closing address after the ANC's national executive committee meeting at the weekend. Gone? Ace is not yet gone. Where are the RETs who said Ace is going nowhere?
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