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Defiant Ace plays his last card: ‘Cyril, I’ll expect an apology ...


Defiant Ace plays his last card: ‘Cyril, I’ll expect an apology if I win’

Magashule also wants court to rule on whether his letter ‘suspending’ Ramaphosa was legal or not


Suspended ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule wants President Cyril Ramaphosa to apologise to him should the court overturn his suspension and confirm the suspension of the ANC president.

This is in a letter Magashule wrote to his deputy, Jessie Duarte, after the national executive committee confirmed Magashule’s suspension and ordered him to apologise to Ramaphosa for sending a letter of suspension to the president.

The letter forms part of the annexures that accompany papers filed in court by the ANC in response to Magashule’s urgent application to have his suspension overturned. Magashule was responding to Duarte’s letter that informed him of the NEC decision that he should retract the letter suspending Ramaphosa and apologise or face disciplinary action...

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