ANC electoral commission chairperson Sindiso Mfenyana says there is agreement that the national executive committee will comprise a certain number of people.“When it comes to the numbers of the national executive committee, it has been agreed that the totality will be 80.”He has instructed branches how to vote.“The best way to reach the best and suitable number of 80 people is for each branch to nominate people they know.”Delegates are debating the voting procedure, with some pushing against slate politics while others say it must be allowed.
Patrice Motsepe and Pitso Mosimane during the Mamelodi Sundowns press conference at Sandton Convention Centre.(Photo by Duif du Toit/Gallo Images) Tshepo Motsepe studied to become a medical doctor, completing her Master of Public Health in Maternal Child Health and Aging at Harvard School of Public Health. All fees are exchanged for time and companionship only.NELSPRUIT, SOUTH AFRICA - JANUARY 11: ANC Deputy President and Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife Tshepo Motsepe arrive at the ANC Gala Dinner on January 11, 2014, in Nelspruit, South Africa.We will also never share your details with anyone else.\r\n If you ever want to stop receiving updates, simply send us a Whatsapp with the message “STOP”.\r\n Please note that it may take a few days for you to be added to our system, especially when we experience a high volume of sign-ups.\r\n\r\n Your personal information stays private.
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