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By Michael Tlhakudi | 2012-03-14 07:22:54.0 | COMMENTS [ 8 ]

THREE regions of the ANC Youth League in Free State have thrown their weight behind regional ANC chairman and the province's premier, Ace Magashule, calling for his re-election at June's elective conference.

Fezile Dabi, Thabo Mofutsanyane and Motheo came out in support of Magashule's re-election in their special regional general council meeting at the weekend.

Their stance is in stark contrast to that of the provincial ANCYL leaders, who have aligned themselves with the group that has constantly called for Magashule's ousting.

Even on Sunday in Brandfort, the executive council of the league made a plea to Magashule to vacate his position, accusing him of clinging to power. Members of the league held placards that read "Magashule is not a true leader and should quit now".

The expelled president of the youth league, Julius Malema, said he was told that Magashule had ordered some members of the league not to attend the mini-rally.


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Typical politicians. Focusing on the power struggle instead of the reason why they have been elected.


2012-03-14 08:36:28.0 | 0 replies

Ace must be removed is a dictator and i wonder when he will come clean that Hlasela project and hotels he owns , tenders he gave his friends, Directors who listen to ANC before they issue tenders we need Thuli to investigate and HAWKS... infact when he is going to tell Mzantsi about he status..

2012-03-14 09:39:20.0 | 0 replies

Ace was never investigated for taking a bribe from a casino consortium.

2012-03-14 10:36:03.0 | 0 replies


Thuli and the Hawks will attend to that matter later, for now they are dealing with the woodwork boy.

Seemingly they are winning, hence the report are leaking that some damning evidence of corruption is in there, in a couple of weeks the warrant of arrest will be issued against woodwork boy, just like Selebi.

2012-03-14 10:47:12.0 | 0 replies

Mangaung, here we come!

2012-03-14 11:39:16.0 | 0 replies

Mangaung, here we come!

You come with whom? ARE you sure? you will watch Mangaung ko televisheneng like Malema, day dreaming!!!!!

2012-03-14 14:55:06.0 | 0 replies

We are living in interesting times indeed. Not so long ago, M'zansi people were made to believe the AN'CYL is pro-M'alema and M'otlanthe by extension. Further, we were made to believe the E'C is firmly behind Z'uma. But neither the former nor the latter have been proven to be true.
Personally, I predict the following outcome in M'angaung:
K'ZN = Z'uma (90% support)
N'C = M'otlanthe (60% support)
M'P = Z'uma (60% support)
L'impopo = M'otlanthe (60% support)
F'S = Z'uma (55% support)
W'C = M'otlanthe (65% support)
E'C = Z'uma (55% support)
G'auteng = M'otlanthe (65% support)
N'W = M'otlanthe (60% support)

From the l'eagues, here is how the vote count will go:
Women's L'eague = Z'uma (60%)
Y'outh L'eague = Mo'tlanthe(65%)
M'K V'eterans = Z"uma (65%)

M"otlanthe will win most provinces in terms of numbers, i.e. 5 out of 9. Z"uma will win only 4, but will win more votes from the l'eagues compared to M"otlanthe.
In the end, Z"uma will win in Mangaung by approximately 55%, mainly due to the sheer size of the K'ZN voting block and support from other small provinces. The majority of two of the A'NC l'eagues will also go a long way in helping his course.
It should be noted that the upcoming elective conference will be the most h'eated and co'ntested one in years.

2012-03-14 16:21:43.0 | 0 replies

@ Ngwijikhwebu

Well predicted but will see we still have few months.

2012-03-14 16:43:45.0 | 0 replies