According to Mmusi Maimane, the leader of Operation Dudula, Nhlanhla Lux has been exposed as a "light weight" by his political handlers, including ministers in the government of South Africa. Nhlanhla Lux, according to Maimane, is neither a revolutionary nor a visionary as he portrays himself to the South African people.
Source: https://twitter.com/niehaus_carl/status/1525396617397997568?t=uCwcJE8drMxM5cJ1fwu8_A&s=19 ANC member and war veteran, who was a military commander, Nonhlanhla Masedi Dhlamini who passed away this week has been laid to rest. Her funeral was attended by war veterans and some members of the Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans in Duduza.
https://twitter.com/ImaSouthAfrican/status/1527185898219118593?t=38aUKphZjFCieuvWTqXM0g&s=19 It seems as if since the Parklands incident, South Africans are no longer feeling safe, that they make allegations out of everything that involves Nigerians. A video of Nigerians armed, carrying guns has been making rounds on social media with others asking where they are and others fearing for their lives as they assume that, Nigerians are starting war.
Lwazi Mzobe, spokesperson for the Liberation Struggle War Veterans, is breathing fire and has revealed that they are not happy with the arrest of veterans even though the charges have now been withdrawn. The veterans were arrested last year and charged with an attempt to kidnap after they held ANC heavyweights hostage at a hotel in Pretoria, demanding that their needs be met.
Lwazi Mzobe, a spokeswoman for the Liberation Struggle War Veterans, has revealed that they are not satisfied with the capture of veterans, despite the fact that the charges have been dropped. The veterans were apprehended last year and charged with an attempt to seize after they held ANC heavyweights hostage in a Pretoria hotel; their needs must be met.
The ANC fashions itself as a communist party, by definition of the content of its revolution and revolutionaries. The ANC has no policies that seek to obtain a revolution, but works for attain reformism. This whole document quotes the Communist Manifesto, yet the ANC is not communistic, but a political hybrid. In addition Edgar Tekere It is said one of the key leaders of the Zimbabwe liberation struggle comrade Edgar Tekere, didnt agree with the compromises of the Lancaster agreement. Post independence he was
Source: https://twitter.com/SowetanLIVE/status/1525469510806953986?t=jMfg6kw1VbuWwSwYLJdC5w&s=19 African National Congress veteran, and deputy president David Mabuza has delivered good news to the war veterans who have for the longest time been calling for government to recognise them. Liberation veterans will now see some of their demands being met, even though they had initially called for government to give them R4.2 million as a once off payment for their role in the liberation struggle.
Source: https://twitter.com/DZumaSambudla/status/1522662124408946690?t=dYPmuq8C1_mu0i_-EmIz1w&s=19 The late president, Nelson Mandela's words which stated that "if the ANC does to you what the apartheid government did to you, then you must do to the ANC what you did to the apartheid government" are slowly coming into perspective.
At eNkandla, former President Jacob Zuma's private estate, President Cyril Ramaphosa has remained tight-lipped about the situation. The country was on the verge of civil war, and many political pundits questioned his diplomatic mannerisms, and it appears he has now felt it appropriate and valuable to make a comment.
Nonhlanhla Masedi Dhlamini, an ANC member and war veteran who served as a tactical commander, was let off this week. War veterans and a few members of the Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans in Duduza attended her memorial service. She was admired by ANC MKs and friends for her contribution to the freedom struggle.
David Mabuza, a veteran of the African National Congress and the vice president of South Africa, has provided good news to the war veterans who have demanded government recognition for decades. Even though they had previously requested a one-time payment of R4.2 million for their participation in the liberation war, some of the liberation veterans' demands are now being satisfied.
Nonhlanhla Masedi Dhlamini, a member of the African National Congress (ANC) as well as a war veteran and military leader, who passed away earlier this week was laid to rest. At her funeral at Duduza, which was attended by war veterans and some members of the Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans, some of the attendees were women. In recognition of the part she played in the fight for freedom, ANC MK members and other comrades presented her with an award. ANC comrade Carl Niehaus, who served as the previous
War is raging between ANC and IFP, the two parties are fighting over the uMkhanyakude District Municipality as each one is claiming ownership. As the squabbles for umkhanyakude Municipality go on a car was apprehended and it had all types of guns at the border of Mkhanyakude. The IFP leaders who refused to occupy the leadership of Mkhanyakude decided to inspect all cars transporting unknown people in the district.
ANC part and war veteran, who was a strategic pioneer, Nonhlanhla Masedi Dhlamini who spent away this week has been given up. Her internment administration was gone to by war veterans and a couple of people from the Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans in Duduza. She was respected by ANC MK people and allies for the gig she played in the opportunity fight.
Manyi says, the move by @afriforum used to ignite national unrest & racial polarisation, see what SA says
A load of NONSENSE that is taking us back to the dark ages. This move by @afriforum MUST be deemed extreme provocation and has the potential to ignite national unrest & racial polarization. I suggest they abandon this and give South Africa a chance to heal. Someone said on Twitter that, If they want to start war, we are more than ready to defend our Native Soil.
In Nelson Mandela Bay, Eastern Cape province, two members of the African National Congress were shot dead on Monday morning. These comrades were shot and killed for no apparent reason, but there have been speculative links to recent ANC "political assassinations" that have taken center stage due to factional strife.
The only thing which was making headlines was the ANC, eastern cape conference where the provincial chairperson elections are underway with Oscar Mabuyane, being the favourites. However on Sunday the conference again stalled over a tug-of-war between opposing groups over branches in the WB Rubusana region, with disputes about the regional executive committees’ right to vote along with the veterans’ league.
Ronald Lamola, a member of the ANC's National Executive Committee, has called for unity within the party as it prepare to convene provincial conferences. For the ANC, provincial gatherings should continue through July. There'll be plenty of time for this before the national convention, which will take place in the month of December.
Source: https://twitter.com/niehaus_carl/status/1525396617397997568?t=uCwcJE8drMxM5cJ1fwu8_A&s=19 ANC member and war veteran, who was a tactical commandant, Nonhlanhla Masedi Dhlamini who spent away this week has been let go. Her memorial service was gone to by war veterans and a few individuals from the Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans in Duduza.
Date: 29/11/21 Source: https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2021-11-29-three-anc-members-arrested-in-connection-with-political-shooting-in-inanda/ Background Since the campaigning for the local government elections, many crimes have been recorded in relation to these elections. The most common of these crimes were political shootings. Many members of different political parties were shot dead in order to make sure the elections are won't by a certain member uncontested.