Three senior ANC members, who have been announced by the party sent to the Parliament and the regional legislatures, have failed to test a test, said by the Sunday Times.
These people must now report to the committee of the integrity of their party. They had been "reinforced" by six senior ANCs, including President Cyril Ramaphosa, telling about Sunday papers.
ANC's special national meeting will host a special Sunday meeting to discuss the 32 people listed. Their identity was not revealed, although the sources said that many of them "are normally suspects," including people involved in state capture.
ANC completed the list of about 200 members sent to Parliament in early January, reporting News24. The election was made out of about 800 names named by ANC's status and file. But the party would not let their names, and said that their survey process would still have to be kept.
According to Business Day, the list that was presented as a result of emotional warriors in the party was finalized. Armies loyal to the old president Jacob Zuma said they wanted to "steal" the lists so that Ramaphosa had to choose from the old Zuma conflicts when they were engaged in the cabinet. Northwest can also its conference finalize a list last year due to adverse effects.
By January 15, the national list committee began to analyze the applicants, reporting News24 at the time. The general secretary of ANC Ace Magashule was on the committee. Some of the names named to go to Parliament include former president Jacob Zuma, who chaired the northwest of Supra Mahumapelo and Magashule, although he did not ANC confirmation of its & # 39; the table.
ANC activist Zizi Kodwa said at the time that 20% of the names on the list had to be young people, and the 50/50 lists needed to represent their sex.
According to the Sunday Times, the ANC introduced a tight screening process for its candidates for the 2019 national election lists in an effort to clear its image.
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