The African National Congress (ANC) was rocked by controversy yesterday, when news emerged that another member of the party has died.PHOTO: Ctvnews According to former Eskom CEO Matshela Koko, the ANC Ward 32 at Nkomazi in Mpumalanga holding a BGM meeting to elect delegates for the upcoming Provincial elective conference, but tempers flared from contesting factions as can be seen in the video below, with reports indicating the brawl resulted in a loss of their life.
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ANC member and UMkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association spokesperson Carl Niehaus sends an assurance message to former president Jacob Zuma on his 79th birthday.Carl Niehaus argued that Jacob Zuma in his old age should be given the dignity and respect of the elderly statesman that he is.He also slammed Zuma's enemies whom he said are giving him no rest at a time he should be enjoying his retirement.
African National Congress Secretary General, Ace Magashule refuses to back down on the Radical Economic Transformation and he continuously herald that it is a policy adopted at the 54th national conference of ANC at Nasrec in 2017.It seems Ace Magashule's defiant stance on the Radical Economic Transformation is to send a clear message that he is not backing down even though he is expected to step aside within 30 days with other members facing criminal charges.
The political world is a very dangerous one; as one have to be always looking over their shoulders.Within the African National Congress 'hits' are not something new; as members are used to eliminating each other for political positions and lucrative tender deals.Oscar Mabuyane, the premier of Eastern Cape is stressed out that some of his comrades within the African National Congress will be assassinated; if there is no mediation with the party to cease the killings.
Following the National Assembly's vote to at last approval with the cycle to initiate a request to decide the wellness to hold office of Public Protector Advocate Busiswe Mkhwebane.Photograph: News24/Ewn Some segment inside the African National Congress parliamentary causus addressed why the gathering would decide in favor of a movement brought upon by the adversary, which is the Democratic Alliance for this situation.
The African National Congress (ANC) embattled secretary general Ace Magashule has told the ANC's higher structures to stop abusing their enormous powers.This comes after the ANC branches are gearing up to hold their end of five-year term branch general meetings (BGMs) in preparation for the hotly contested regional and provincial conferences.
Here is a South African musician with her uncle the south African President Mr Ramaphosa Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa, is a South African politician serving as President of since 2018, for African National Congress (ANC).The president is a brother to Bridgette Radebe, a woman who was married to late minister Jeff Radebe.
Former President Jacob Zuma is one of the prolific figures in South African politics.Zuma has always been the centre of attention during his time in office and also currently with him outside of office.As of late the former President has continued making headlines after he failed to appear before the Zondo State Commission.
Mayor of city of Ekurhuleni , A biggest supporter of Ace Magashule is now turning tables at the moment.On the memorial of Chris Hani , he has Indicated that he will be honoring, Cyril Ramaphosa with the freedom of the city at the moment.Photo credits: Twitter I think it’s a bold desicion that has been taken by the mayor of the city of Ekurhuleni at the moment .
There is never a dull moment where former president Jacob Zuma is involved.He enjoys dancing and singing.We all remember his famous song of "Lethi msheni wami", which loosely translate to bring me my gun.Former president Jacob Zuma is facing a legal storm and it appeared as if his party may have abandoned him.
Following the National Assembly's vote to finally approve the cycle to initiate a request to determine Busiswe Mkhwebane's fitness to hold the role of Public Protector Advocate.Some members of the African National Congress's parliamentary caucus questioned why the gathering would want to support a campaign that was sparked by the enemy, the Democratic Alliance in this case.
The African National Congress (ANC) seems to be divided and the leader of the party denied that it is divided.Since former President Jacob Zuma left the presidency office the has been a lot going on.President Jacob Zuma stepped down as president after he was give a chance to do so or he will be forcefully removed from the office.
The African National Congress top member and uMkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association spokesperson, Carl Niehaus, has broken his silence on the controversial ANC's policy, Radical Economic Transformation.He said that they will not be driven out of the party by kids.Niehaus, who is an ally of the embattled secretary-general of the ANC Ace Magashule, has sent a stern warning to those who think that members of the ANC who are supporting the Radical Economic Transformation will divide the party.
As things stand , The factional battles of the African National Congress are far from coming to and end .It’s said , in the ANC NEC Meeting, the Secretary General Of The ANC stood and oppose another decision of the ANC NEC.Photo credits: Twitter The NEC , discussed the issue of the Free state PEC which is said to have been elected unlawful by the court .
photo credits: Twitter It’s always the case in politics, that whenever there are factional battles , Members of the Political parties who are involved in the political party factions always whenever they are given podiums to address.Photo credits: Twitter In the African National Congress, Today they were commemorating the life of Chris hani , who was assasinated in 1993.
Mzansi Reacted To the Killer of Chris Hani Source:https://ewn.co.za/2021/04/10/watch-commemoration-of-28th-year-of-chris-hani-s-death Chris Hani was born in 1942, he was the leader of the South African Communist Party and chief of staff of uMkhonto we Sizwe, the armed wing of the African National Congress (ANC).
Thomas Mtobi Mapikela (1869–1945) was one of the founding fathers of the South African Native National Congress which was formed 1912 and, in 1923, became the African National Congress.Thomas Mtobi Mapikela (1869–1945) was one of the founding fathers of the South African Native National Congress which was formed 1912 and, in 1923, became the African National Congress.