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Zuma wins second term
It came as no surprise that president Jacob Zuma was elected for a second presidency term in the 2014 elections. uZuma ubethe isekela lakhe,u deputy Kgalema Motlanthe kwi sihlalo esikhulu sika mongameli.
Zuma won by a landslide of 2983 votes against Motlanthe’s 991. Running for deputy president were Cyril Ramaphosa, Matthews Phosa and Tokyo Sexwale. URamaphosa ubabethe bobabini nge voti ezothusayo eziyi 3018, while uPhosa no Sexwale befumene 470 and 463 respectively. iANC chairwoman, uBaleka Mbete usigcinile isihlalo sakhe esogqitha uThandi Modise nge voti eziyi 3010 phambi kwezika Modise eziyi 939.
Another one on Zuma’s team to secure his position nguno bhala uGwede Mantashe, with 3058 of the votes against the 901 that Fikile Mbalula received. Deputy Secretary General, Jessie Duarte ran unopposed and so she obtained all of the votes. The position of party treasurer was won by Zweli Mkhize, who is taking over Matthews Phosa’s position. Mkhize won a total of 2988 votes against the 961 obtained by Paul Mashatile.
By Dulcie Baleni