Tokyo Sexwale, a prominent ANC politician turned business-person, has ended a nearly decade-long political exile, joining the ruling party’s Gauteng election campaign. 

Sexwale, a former premier of Gauteng, fell out of active political life in 2013 after he was replaced by Lindiwe Sisulu as minister of human settlements in a cabinet reshuffle by former president Jacob Zuma. The previous year he had lost out to President Cyril Ramaphosa for the position of ANC deputy president. ..

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