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Ace Magashule worried about Zuma’s health

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Ace Magashule worried about Zuma's health
Elias Sekgobelo "Ace" Magashule is a South African politician and an anti-apartheid activist who is currently on suspension from the position of Secretary General of the African National Congress. He served as the Premier of the Free State, one of South Africa's nine provinces, from 2009 until 2018.

Ace Magashule worried about Zuma’s health

The suspended secretary general Ace Magashule revealed that he is aware of the some people who received money from the CR17 donations, and he has the list of those individuals.

Ace Magashule said that he will reveal the names in a criminal court, and he said that he is waiting to expose those names of the people who benefited from the CR17 donations in the court of law. He added that he will speak the truth and he have never taken a cent.

The suspended secretary general said that him and Jacob Zuma knows some certain things , and Jacob Zuma is a disciplined member of the ANC so he chose to remain mum about those things that are happening inside the African National Congress. Magashule said that ANC will survive but it’s members will not survive.

However, Ace Magashule is worried about Zuma’s health in the jail. Zuma is serving his 15 months jail sentence at the Escourt prison in KwaZulu-Natal.

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