ANC deputy president David Mabuza is one step closer to returning as the state's second most powerful official, after being sworn in as a Member of Parliament on Tuesday. Hours before he was meant to be sworn in as an MP last Wednesday, it was announced that Mabuza had requested that his swearing-in be postponed until after he cleared his name before the party's integrity committee.
David Mabuza Sworn in As an MP As Cabinet Announcement Looms
News24Wire, 28 May 2019
ANC deputy president David Mabuza is one step closer to returning to the Union Buildings as the state's second most powerful official, after being sworn in as a Member of… Read more »
David Mabuza in the National Assembly (file photo).
After the Gordhan Job, Mkhwebane Absolves David Mabuza
Daily Maverick, 27 May 2019
When Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane released her latest batch of reports last Friday, most attention was devoted to her controversially damning findings on former Finance… Read more »
Mabuza to Be Sworn in As MP, Clears Hurdle in Deputy Presidency Question
ANC deputy president David Mabuza is set to be sworn in as a member of Parliament in Pretoria on Tuesday, paving the way for a possible appointment as President Cyril Ramaphosa's… Read more »
President Cyril Ramaphosa didn't announce his Cabinet as was widely expected on Sunday. The Daily Maverick's Marianne Merten writes that it is unprecedented that a day after ... Read more »
The African National Congress says that Deputy President David Mabuza has asked for a postponement of his swearing in as National Assembly member, after he was called to appear at ... Read more »
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