Political desk: EFF taking ANC to task

A cabinet reshuffle could be imminent.

President Cyril Ramaphosa hinted to members during this weekend's NEC that there may be changes to the cabinet.

We know that the president is in consultation for putting together his executive. We know there is the vacancy in the deputy presidency which has to be filled.

Qaanitah Hunter, Political reporter, Sunday Times

The presidency issued a memo to cabinet ministers last week, that they should not travel out of the country.

Meanwhile, the Economic Freedom Fighters will be leading a motion in Parliament for land expropriation without compensation on Tuesday.

Political reporter Qaanitah Hunter says the EFF wants the ANC to act on its promises.

Hunter says the first time the EFF tabled this motion the ANC was not keen and the motion fell through.

The EFF is coming in to say, 'lets work together', we need the two thirds majority to amend the constitution.

Qaanitah Hunter, Political reporter, Sunday Times

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