LAMOLA SAYS ANC NOT TRYING TO 'Cover' ITS FAILURES IN MANIFESTO
Equity and Correctional Services Minister Ronald recognizes there will be difficulties in following through on its political race guarantees however demands the party expects to convey.
JOHANNESBURG - Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola on Tuesday said the African National Congress (ANC) was making an effort not to "veil" its disappointments.
He recognizes there will be difficulties in following through on its political decision guarantees however demands the party plans to convey.
On Monday, the ANC dispatched its 2021 political decision proclamation where party president Cyril Ramaphosa conceded the party had committed errors before.
Ramaphosa begged electors to allow the ANC another opportunity during the forthcoming metropolitan decisions.
Lamola said the ANC was occupied with managing degenerate authorities and he guaranteed that on schedule, there would be ramifications.
"Examinations on their own take long and the long arm of the law finds whoever is mindful. That is the thing that the president said, that there will be no exemption for anybody for bad behavior."
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