African National Congress (ANC) spokesperson Pule Mabe has told the media in Mahikeng, North West, that the party leadership will take all ANC structures on board before compiling its report on the future of Premier Supra Mahumapelo.

The ANC leadership, which is holding an urgent meeting, will give the report to the party’s National Working Committee on Monday.

Residents of Mahikeng and other provincial towns have been involved in violent protests as they demand the immediate removal of Mahumapelo. They accuse him of corruption and not doing enough to ensure the delivery of basic services.

Pule elaborates, “Within a short space of time the leadership of the ANC led by the President will be coming back to the North West to meet with communities in various villages, towns, to make sure that the decision which is taken it is in the best interest of the people of this province.”

 

Earlier the residents, who were expecting ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa to address them moved from a local stadium to a shopping mall.

The residents who have been involved in violent protests are anxiously awaiting the outcome of the urgent ANC meeting. Mahikeng and surrounding areas remain on lockdown.

Mabe says the party leadership will take all ANC structures on board before compiling its report.

“On Monday, the leadership will give its report to the National Working Committee, to make sure that we could all beginning working towards finding a solution on the matter. The leadership of the ANC led by the president will be coming back to the North West to meet with communities in various villages and towns, to make sure that whatever decision that is arrived at is in the best interest of the people of this province.”

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