Masina said the provincial executive committee (PEC) of the Gauteng ANC was still discussing the step-aside call.
“PEC is still ceased with this matter. We are discussing it. A presentation was received so there’s no resolution at this point,” he said.
“As a person, I do support the resolution on the step aside. All I’m advocating is we must never have resolutions about individuals. We must have a resolution about the entire organisation.”
ANC members accused of corruption include ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule, who faces charges linked to a R230m asbestos eradication tender awarded during his time as Free State premier. He is now out on R200,000 bail.
However, Magashule remained defiant. “I am not going anywhere. I listened to [EFF leader] Julius Malema. I am a member of the ANC. I will remain in the ANC until I die,” he said.