Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

Lindiwe Sisulu, one of the candidates running for the ANC presidential seat, may campaign under Cyril Ramaphosa as his deputy.

It’s believed a senior source, who did not want to be named, close to the Sisulu campaign confirmed Ramaphosa’s campaign team approached her to stand as his deputy president in December during the national elective conference.

Briefly.co.zalearned from The Citizen that the source said Sisulu will likely accept the proposal after a recent poll revealed she was the third favourite in the race, behind Ramaphosa and Nkosazana Dalmini-Zuma.

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He said although she has not confirmed whether she will accept the offer, Sisulu is seriously considering it.

Last week, the SABC reported that Sisulu was looking into the matter.

At the time, Sisulu said she did not nominate herself, adding that it was up to her council to make a decision.

After making this statement, it was lear Sisulu was likely to become Ramaphosa’s deputy should he win against his main opposition candidate.

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Some of the other presidential hopefuls include Baleka Mbete, the National Assembly Speaker, ANC treasurer-general Zweli Mkhize, former treasurer-general Mathews Phosa and Minister in the Presidency in charge of planning, monitoring and evaluation Jeff Radebe.

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  • Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

    Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

    Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

    Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

    Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

    Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

    Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

    Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

    Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

    Lindiwe Sisulu seriously considers running as Cyril Ramaphosa’s deputy

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