Twarring comrades must 'sit down and talk': Cyril Ramaphosa
Finance minister Tito Mboweni will face angry Gauteng ANC comrades over his twitter spat with premier David Makhura on e-Tolls.
Mboweni has confirmed that he was invited by the party in Gauteng to discuss their disagreement over e-Tolls.
President Cyril Ramaphosa publicly rebuked Mboweni and Makhura for taking their disagreement on the matter to social media in a statement on Saturday afternoon.
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