The African National Congress (ANC) Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa revealed this weekend that the minister of science and technology Naledi Pandor, would be running partner in the leadership campaign for the party’s elective conference in Johannesburg in December.
ANC Presidential hopeful Cyril Ramaphosa announced Naledi Pandor as his deputy president candidate yesterday at a rally at the Tafelkopp Stadium outside Groblersdal in Limpopo.
Ramaphosa has urged the crowd to support his #CR17Siyavuma campaign to become president of the party which has governed South Africa since the advent of democracy in 1994.
Ramaphosa confirmed that former KwaZulu-Natal ANC chairperson, Senzo Mchunu, as his preffered candidate for the secretary general position.
Cyril Ramaphosa slate:
- Deputy President: Naledi Pandor,
- Secretary General: Senzo Mchunu,
- Treasurer General: Paul Mashatile,
- Chairperson: Gwede Mantashe
Naledi Pandor is a solid cadre!! Ramaphosa should be her deputy instead, not vice versa
— Thamsanqa (@Mtamerri) 5 November 2017
Ramaphosa "picks" Pandor as if the ANC doesn't have a nomination system for ALL positions.These people live in TV land
— Gen JJ Dessalines (@MxolisiBob) 6 November 2017
President Cyril Ramaphosa and Deputy President Naledi Pandor, it will be a twang festival in our potential future Presidency.
— Mbuyiseli Somya (@Lwazi_Somya) 5 November 2017
— HuffPost SouthAfrica (@HuffPostSA) 6 November 2017
Ramaphosa choosing Naledi Pandor is a brilliant move 👌🏾THREAD
— Mali (@MaledzaHlungwa1) 5 November 2017
Ramaphosa slate as it stands at the moment, with Pandor as d-p candidate pic.twitter.com/59RLdfp1yy
— carien du plessis (@carienduplessis) 3 November 2017