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Xolani spoke to Dr Tracey Ledger, research fellow at Wits School of Social Sciences.
Eyewitness News reporter Clement Manyathla gives details on a motion of no confidence tabled by ANC NEC member Joel Netshitenzhe.
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Xolani Gwala questions whether enough is being done to curb crimes against children.
Gert Van de Merwe says he will conduct two separate investigations before he can comment any further on the matter.
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The ANC's national executive committee is meeting on Friday amid mounting pressure for calls for President Jacob Zuma to resign.