Ramaphosa and his deputy’s want Malema back in ANC

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President Cyril Ramaphosa and Deputy President David Mabuza Extends an invitation to the EFF leader Julius Malema and others‚ urging them to return “home” to the ANC.“

“We would love to have Julius Malema back in the ANC. He is still ANC down‚ deep in his heart‚” Ramaphosa said.

He also urged others to rejoin the ANC.

“The ANC is the home of many political parties that splintered out of it and we would like to build unity amongst all our people.”

But they said he should return as an ordinary member of the governing party.

The Youth league’s secretary in KwaZulu-Natal, Thanduxolo Sabelo, said:

“The ANC has a policy and constitution and he must abide by it. If he comes back he must be an ordinary member. The ANC is a home for all people. It was formed to unite all South Africans.

“If Julius wants to come back, surely the ANC should open doors for him.”

ANCYL Gauteng chairman Matome Chiloane said Ramaphosa and Mabuza have got good intentions for the governing party.

“We support the call made by the president and his deputy,” Chiloane said.
“The president and his deputy are saying all those who left must come back to the people’s movement.