Leafing a legacy: Corruption accused Magashule to plant trees in Soweto

Ace Magashule recently visited the area during campaigning for by-elections and he promised to go back and donate the trees.

FILE: ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule on the Day of Reconciliation 2020 attended the Young Boys Dialogue’ in his hometown of Parys, Free State, that focused on gender-based violence. Picture: Boikhutso Ntsoko/Eyewitness News.

JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC)'s corruption accused secretary-general will return to Soweto on Wednesday morning where he's expected to plant 100 trees.

Ace Magashule recently visited the area during campaigning for by-elections and he promised to go back and donate the trees.

It will be his first public appearance since the announcement that all ANC members facing criminal charges are expected to step down within 30 days or face suspension.

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