The African National Congress (ANC) leaders’ unity seems to be threatened by some of the revelations made by former President Jacob Zuma at the State Capture Commission of inquiry.
Zuma who appeared at the inquiry on Monday and Tuesday told the commission that there were spies within the party from as long as the 1990s while they were still in the struggle.
It is believed that the spy allegations were not a new thing to the ANC as some leaders were once accused of the same in the past.
But secretary-general Ace Magashule has appeared to be on the former president’s side.
“I know some of the things that President Zuma might actually say.”
Magashule added that he was not surprised by Zuma’s claims about other senior party leaders being spies as he had been around and knew some of the things Zuma was talking about.