Some ANC NEC members want Hanekom barred from meeting - report
While the African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee (NEC) is expected to discuss a number of issues at St George Hotel in Irene, Pretoria, some members want Derek Hanekom excused from this weekend's sitting.
Hanekom has been accused of involvement in a plot to oust former President Jacob Zuma during a meeting with Economic Freedom Fighters secretary-general Godrich Gardee last year.
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Eyewitness News reporter Clement Manyathela is in Iren
We have spoken to some NEC members who are detractors of Derek Hanekom and they have made it clear that they want the first item of this NEC to discuss the possibility of excusing Derek Hanekom from this meeting. They don't want him to be part of it and saying they don't trust him.Clement Manyathela, Reporter - EWN
There are those that are sympathetic to Derek Hanekom and they believe that all of these attacks on Mr Hanekom are just a distraction from some of the revelations that we now know around the Estina Dairy Farm project.Clement Manyathela, Reporter - EWN
Manyathela says there are questions as to whether or not Zuma's spy claims will be addressed.
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