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After months of vacillating on the issue of whether ANC members facing criminal charges should step aside, the party’s highest decision-making body finally decided to implement its own rules.

As a result, after a meeting said to be marked by chaos, it gave the likes of its secretary-general Ace Magashule 30 days to do so. At the same time, some of his supporters, such as Carl Niehaus, were read the riot act for their factional activities, often using the name of the ANC’s armed wing...

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