The former president of the former mayor of Jacob Zuma, Supra Mahumapelo, has voted with the leaders of the ANC, against Zuma, to publicly debate his legacy.
Mahumapel only stated a day ago, Zuma moved to Twitter for nine years to complete the office.
His successor, Cyril Ramaphosa, and Tito Mboweni, Minister of Finance, replied to the news about "nine years of losing". Ramaphosa often stated at the time that the country and the ANC lost their moral compass.
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But Zuma retreated through Twitter and took the lead, "never ignored any front-runners or perceived that they had not seen before."
"I do not believe that trust has been betrayed and we have been proud of the country we have achieved over the past decade and ours, we could not do it any more … Yes, could it be better? Yes, the decade is useless? No," Zuma was published.
Mahumapelo spoke to journalists at the General Court in Gauteng, in the Johannesburg court. He decided to dissolve the Executive Committee of the Northwest PEC (PEC) among others.
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In future, all the leaders would not be able to clarify their opinions.
"We will face the difficulties and we will make mistakes, and we will try to give our responsibilities to South Africa, to work to improve our mistakes, instead of pointing fingers," said Mahumapelo.
"Imagine just one mistake that happened to us since Langalibalele Dube and for more than 107 years, ANC would not go forward," added the first president of the party.
Mahumapelo, one of the challenges of colonialism and apartheid, blamed and acknowledged that he was not able to improve leadership.
Mahumapelo, known for being his former president, said he was guilty that the game should not take direction in South Africa.
"Request for leadership of my ANC: pause a bit, stay away from this debate. In South Africa and with ANC it is not helpful," he said.
I can not stop people from using my name
Mahumapelo stressed that he had no connection with the political parties around the country.
The African Free Movement Congress, the African Freedom Revolution, the African Transformation Movement (ATM) and the African Content Movement (ACM) have recently been launched, all of which are former presidents of Jacob Zuma.
ATM has received support from former MNC member Mzwanele Manyi, while SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng decided to establish its own party – ACM.
Mahumapelo Mazibuye joined the African Congress to turn the NGO's ideas into a political party. However, it denies any party link.
"I will continue to be a member of the ANC until I die, which is crucial. It will not change and people will continue linking my name." For many years they continue linking my name, "Mahumapelo said.
He asked why he did not associate with his organizations with their name, he said he was more concerned about them.
"They are. I do not care what they are doing. I'm interested in May's ANC," said Mahumapelo.
He said it was important to take care of the unified and important ANC among South Africans.
"I can not tell people about it."
"It happens every day to me every day. If I do this now, I'm not doing the wrong job I have to do as an ANC member," he continued.
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