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Newly-appointed ANC KwaZulu-Natal provincial task team convenor Mike Mabuyakhulu says the party’s leaders and members must come out and work towards helping the party to unite and renew itself.
On Tuesday, ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule announced the appointment of Mabuyakhulu and Sihle Zikalala — who was appointed a co-ordinator — to lead the 16-member team.
The team will lead the ANC in the province over the next three months until the next provincial conference, expected to take place sometimes in April.
Mabuyakhulu is a former MEC for economic development and ANC provincial treasurer. Until recently Zikalala was the party's provincial chairman.
Other members of the provincial task team are:
• KwaZulu-Natal premier Willies Mchunu
• Former provincial education MEC and ANC provincial treasurer Peggy Nkonyeni
• Former human settlement MEC Maggie Govender
• Former provincial secretary of the disbanded ANC provincial executive committee (PEC) Super Zuma
• Former ANC deputy provin...
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