Ace Magashule faces ANC expulsion
The ANC's disciplinary committee has recommended that former secretary-general Ace Magashule should be expelled after he was found guilty of bringing the party into disrepute.
The news were confirmed by ANC secretary-general Fikile Mbalula on Tuesday morning at the ANC headquarters in Luthuli House.
Mbalula furthermore alluded that the ANC’s national disciplinary committee led by party veteran Ralph Mgijima, has given Magashule seven days to give a written submission on why should he not be expelled from the party.
Magashule was found guilty of contravening several sections of the ANC constitution for failing to apologise for his decision to suspend party president Cyril Ramaphosa in May 2021.
In his letter to suspend Ramaphosa, Magashule informed the president of his decision to unilaterally suspend him in relation to the CR17 sealed bank statements.
Meanwhile, Magashule has also recently stated he was open to joining another political organisation or starting a breakaway party.
"I don't know if I will form another party, time will tell but for now, I am still a member of the ANC" said Magashule.