ANC confirms Gauteng Premier Makhura will replace male MEC with female
Gauteng Premier David Makhura is expected to replace one male MEC on the provincial cabinet with a woman.
African National Congress (ANC) secretary-general Ace Magashule told reporters at Luthuli House last Wednesday that the replacement will happen within a few days.
Clement Manyathela talks to party spokesperson Dakota Legoete who says Makhura has consulted the party national executive committee and he has met all requirements.
We are at a state where the affected parties are being consulted. By this Friday, Comrade Makhura in his capacity as premier will announce the Cabinet reshuffle.Dakota Legoete, Spokesperson - ANC
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