The ANC’s Musa Dladla region, which incorporates Nkandla, has criticised "divisive articulations" by some members of the party’s national executive committee (NEC), in the lead-up to the recall of President Jacob Zuma. Regions in KwaZulu-Natal have been holding branch briefings‚ where the decision to recall the former president is being explained. Former ANC treasurer-general Zweli Mkhize addressed eThekwini branch leaders in Durban on Sunday‚ while Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane chaired the feedback session in the Nkosi Bambatha region near Greytown. The Musa Dladla region said it welcomed the upright manner in which Zuma stepped down. The ANC NEC served Zuma with a letter last week recalling him and giving him an ultimatum to resign ahead of a vote of no confidence, scheduled to take place in the National Assembly. In a statement‚ the regional executive said Zuma’s resignation epitomised "high discipline" on his part. "Our branches did raise some strong concerns about ...

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