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ANC reported to be still blaming the Political Funding Act for its financial challenges

African National Congress has been failing to pay its employees their salaries for a number of months .However , the party is reported to be alleging that the Political Funding Act has affected the party's ability to be able to raise funds to pay its employees .It was made known by eNCA that the party wanted some adjustments to be made regarding the Political Funding Act .The employees have as a result decided not to report for duty at Luthuli house .The eNCA managed to invite Mandla Qwane , who is the ANC employees representative committee member to help shed more light regarding what is happening at Luthuli House .

  5 months ago ago
ANC reported to be still blaming the Political Funding Act for its financial challenges

POLITICS

Here are some allegedly proposed amendments to the Political Party Funding Act by ANC

The African National Congress was reported by eNCA as having allegedly proposed that there be some amendments to the Political Party Funding Act .It was stated that the party allegedly proposed that the R100 000 annual disclosure threshold to be increased to R250 000 or R500 000 per annum . It is not a secret that the ruling party has not managed to pay its employees for a couple of months now .In accordance with the party's NEC document , the party also proposes that the R15-million donation limit for a single person to be removed as well .The ANC reportedly wants the donation limit to be increased to between R50-million and R100-million .

  5 months ago ago
Here are some allegedly proposed amendments to the Political Party Funding Act by ANC

POLITICS

Malema has done it again

JOHANNESBURG - The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on Friday said that it had nothing to pronounce to the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), as no gifts worth more than R100,000 made it into its coffers. On Thursday, the IEC delivered its first quarterly report on ideological group gifts and reserves, and just three - the African National Congress, Democratic Alliance, and actions - unveiled their funders.

  9 months ago ago
Malema has done it again

POLITICS

Malema has done it again

JOHANNESBURG - The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on Friday said that it had nothing to proclaim to the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), as no gifts worth more than R100,000 made it into its coffers. On Thursday, the IEC delivered its first quarterly report on ideological group gifts and reserves, and just three - the African National Congress, Democratic Alliance, and actions - uncovered their funders.

  9 months ago ago
Malema has done it again

POLITICS

ANC should have not accepted the donations from BOSASA

Imagine.A whole president,Dropping such a bomb at the State Capture.Apparently a donation made by BOSASA,President Cyril Ramaphosa just put a claim that it was wrong for the African National Congress(ANC) to accept the donation.Now I don't have an idea why would be relevent.The State Capture Commission is in his capacity as he is the president.He has also been questioned about the parties corruption and failing state-owned entities to others Appearing at the state capture commission in his capacity as ANC president, Ramaphosa has faced questions about the party's deployment policy, corruption and failing state-owned entities among people.

  1 year ago ago
ANC should have not accepted the donations from BOSASA