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Making headlines: ANC special NEC to decide Zuma's fate on Wednesday, ANC Women’s League says vicious attack on woman a 'stupid primitive act' And, EFF plans to give Ramaphosa a bigger headache than they did Zuma
ANC special NEC to decide Zuma's fate on Wednesday
President Jacob Zuma's fate will be decided tomorrow by a special national executive committee meeting called by the ANC’s national working committee.
The NWC met last night after a meeting between Zuma and the party's top six officials on Sunday night.
The ANC said in a statement that "following extensive deliberation the national working committee resolved to convene a meeting of the NEC between conferences tomorrow.
ANC Women’s League says vicious attack on woman a 'stupid primitive act'
The ANC Women's League says it is "saddened by video images of a group of men wearing Siyavuma t-shirts brutally assaulting women" outside the party's headquarters, Luthuli House yesterday.
The woman was part of Black First Land First protesters hauled out of a bakkie and attacked by ANC members claiming they were acting in defence of their "revolutionary house".
The person who carried out the assault is Thabiso Setona the ANC branch secretary zone 12 in the Greater Johannesburg region.
EFF plans to give Ramaphosa a bigger headache than they did Zuma
EFF leader Julius Malema yesterday warned ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa that the party plans to give him more of a headache than it did President Jacob Zuma.
Malema said what they have been doing with Zuma was a picnic.
Addressing the media on the party's plenum over the weekend, Malema said Ramaphosa's stained legacy over the Marikana massacre proved that the ANC leader was capable of doing anything for profit.
That’s a roundup of news making headlines today
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