The ruling African National Congress has confirmed that it will investigate Secretary-General Ace Magashule's alleged involvement in the launching of rival political party the African Transformation Movement. This probe is one of several as Magashule faces additional claims of misconduct.
ANC Confirms Probe Into Claims That Members Helped Create Other Parties
News24Wire, 12 June 2019
The ANC has confirmed that its national executive committee (NEC) has "directed" the national working committee (NWC) to investigate whether any of the party's members were… Read more »
ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule (file photo).
Heat Rises for Magashule, the ANC's Top Liability, and Master Survivor (So Far)
Daily Maverick, 11 June 2019
The news that ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule is to be investigated by the ANC over his alleged involvement in the launching of a rival political party may be a sign that the… Read more »
'I Will Go' - Ngqulwana Says He'll Help ANC Probe Claims Against Ace Magashule
Buyisile Ngqulwana, the man who claims Ace Magashule played a role in the formation of the African Transformation Movement (ATM), says he is willing to assist the ANC with its… Read more »
Is Ace Magashule's Credit Card About to Be Swallowed By the ATM?
Daily Maverick, 12 June 2019
It has now been all but confirmed that the ANC is conducting an investigation into whether some of its top officials were involved in the formation of the African Transformation… Read more »
Ace Magashule has sparked outrage among the veterans of the African National Congress (ANC) when he called the Democratic Alliance (DA) a "white party". This comes after the DA ... Read more »
News reports on Ace Magashule's alleged involvement in illegal dealings are "fake news" and "propaganda" the South African ruling party has said. This comes after a new book, ... Read more »
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