ANC EC following the Special PGC on the Provincial Nominations for 54th National Conference

The ANC in the Eastern Cape has concluded a very successful special Provincial General Council PGC in preparation for the upcoming 54th National Conference.

The Special PGC followed an incident free nominations whereby the branches of the ANC in the province nominated candidates of their choice, exercising their rights freely in accordance with the Constitution of the ANC.

The Special PGC was attended by 532 branch delegates from across the province, our Alliance partners and the ANC Leagues, it mainly served as a platform to consolidate provincial policy positions and the different branch nominations. In terms of the branch nominations the Elexions Agency confirmed the provincial nominations as follows.

President : Cyril Ramaphosa : 423
: Nkosazana Dlamini – Zuma 61

Deputy President : Zweli Mkhize : 193
: David Mabuza : 190

National Chair : Gwede Mantashe : 416
: Nathi Mthethwa : 82

Secretary General : Senzo Mchunu: 408
: Ace Magashule : 92

Deputy Secretary General: Zingiswa Losi 172
Jessie Duarte: 78

Treasurer General: Paul Mashatile : 449
Maite Nkoane- Mashabane : 43

In closing the special PGC, the Provincial Chairperson Cde Oscar Mabuyane reiterated the PEC’s commitment of uniting the ANC in the Province and that the nominations are consistent with the collective political thinking of the province.

He added that the unity of the ANC is paramount. In this regard our collective Provincial nominations will be used by the ANC EC PEC as a basis to engage other provinces in a bid to unite the ANC towards the 54th National Conference.

For more information please contact:

ANC EC Communications

ANC EC Media & Liaison Officer

Judy Mpetsheni

Mobile No: 073 117 6194 / 063 368 8267

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