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ANC Veteran Declares War On Cyril After Refusing To Receive Salary

ANC staff members should sit tight some time longer for their compensations as the overseeing party's failure to pay its workers proceeds. 

Exceptional compensations 

In a letter, ANC senior supervisor Febe Potgieter-Gqubule educated staff the party would not pay their compensations for September, notwithstanding the extraordinary pay rates for July and August. 

"This is to demonstrate that we are not yet in a situation to pay remarkable compensations for July and August 2021. Sadly, September 2021 pay rates, due on the 25th of this current month, are likewise postponed," Potgieter-Gqubule said. 

She added that the ANC has been scrambling to fund-raise for the races, with the nation set to go to the surveys on 1 November. 

"We are in a difficult position where we need to likewise raise assets for nearby government decisions, and financial plans for races have been decreased to an outright least," the assertion closed. 

This is in spite of ANC staff board administrator Mvusi Mdala as of late disclosing to City Press the party had begun paying the July pay rates. 


The Citizen connected with ANC representative Pule Mabe, however he didn't give any lucidity on the compensation delays, rather demanding examining the forthcoming neighborhood government races. 

The matter comes after ANC head of races Fikile Mbalula on Wednesday guarded the party against inquiries regarding their powerlessness to pay staff pay rates for a considerable length of time while still clearly wanting to spend "around R50 million" on battling. 

Mbalula said ANC staff members fighting over neglected pay rates weren't "genuine individuals who work at the ANC", yet "the people who don't know even their expected set of responsibilities", "apparition laborers" and the individuals who thought it is "trendy for going out and humiliating the ANC and getting its name notoriety". 


Last week, uMkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans' Association (MKMVA) representative Carl Niehaus laid criminal accusations against the VIP of the ANC, barring suspended secretary-general Ace Magashule, alongside the actual party. 

Niehaus, who was as of late terminated from the ANC, laid charges of extortion, burglary and defilement at the Johannesburg Central Police Station last Wednesday against five of the ANC's best six authorities. 

Further charges laid by Niehaus identified with repudiation of pay-as-you-procure guidelines, Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) rules, the Pension Fund Act and the Tax Administration Act concerning the party's staff members. 

The staff individuals had at first moved toward making a legitimate move against the overseeing party's authority over the matter. 

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