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Tue Sep 16 23:31:29 SAST 2014

Zuma wins second term as ANC president

Sapa | 18 December, 2012 12:41
Supporters of President Jacob Zuma celebrate as delegates to the National Conference of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) begin voting for their leadership in Bloemfontein, December 17, 2012.
Image by: MIKE HUTCHINGS / REUTERS

President Jacob Zuma won a second term as African National Congress leader on Tuesday.

He received 2983 votes against Kgalema Motlanthe's 991.

Ramaphosa

Businessman Cyril Ramaphosa was elected the ANC's new deputy president on Tuesday.

He received 3018 votes against Tokyo Sexwale's 463 and Mathews Phosa's 470.

He would take over from current deputy president Kgalema Motlanthe.

Motlanthe was nominated for the position, but withdrew his candidacy on Monday.

Mbete

Baleka Mbete retains her position as ANC chairwoman after being re-elected at the ANC's Mangaung conference on Tuesday.

She received 3010 votes. Current deputy secretary-general Thandi Modise was the other candidate, but only received 939 votes.

Mantashe

Gwede Mantashe will retain his position as secretary-general of the African National Congress.

He was re-elected at the ANC's 53rd national conference in Mangaung on Tuesday, with 3058 votes.

He defeated Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula, who got 901 votes. Mbalula was nominated by those calling for a change of leadership

Duarte

Jessie Duarte has been elected deputy secretary-general of the African National Congress.

She stood for the position uncontested after the incumbent, Thandi Modise, withdrew her candidacy on Monday.

Baleka Mbete retains her position as ANC chairwoman after being re-elected at the ANC's Mangaung conference on Tuesday.

She received 3010 votes. Current deputy secretary-general Thandi Modise was the other candidate, but only received 939 votes.

Mkhize

KwaZulu-Natal ANC chairman Zweli Mkhize will take over the position of party treasurer general from Mathews Phosa.

Mkhize was chosen at the African National Congress's national elective conference on Tuesday, with 2988 votes. He defeated Gauteng ANC chairman Paul Mashatile, who got 961 votes.

Mashatile was nominated by those calling for a change of leadership.

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