Limpopo ANC names 'capable leaders'
Limpopo is seen as the province spearheading the move to unseat President Jacob Zuma.
JOHANNESBURG - The Limpopo ANC on Wednesday described Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, Treasurer General Mathews Phosa and new African Union Commission head Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as "capable leaders".
This could be seen as the province breaking ANC rules about leadership discussions.
Limpopo is seen as the province spearheading the move to unseat President Jacob Zuma at December's National Elective Conference in Mangaung.
Limpopo ANC's Makhondo Mathiva said a provincial executive committee meeting discussed competent leaders.
"People were giving examples of leaders who had shown to be capable."
But Mathiva said he was not breaking ANC rules because they are not suggesting positions for these people.
"There should be nothing that stops us from saying these are the people we think are doing things the best."