In his Foundation offices, former President Thabo Mbeki is holding a meeting with ANC colleagues. To revitalize and unify the ANC in KZN, the newly elected ANC leadership says it needs the experience and wisdom of the party's veterans.
They arrived to meet with former president Thabo Mbeki to discuss issues affecting the province and were greeted by provincial secretary Bheki Mtolo, who was all smiles.
Members of the Kwa-Zulu-Natal provincial executive are reportedly attempting to unite factions of the party. The ANC's most senior member is Thabo Mbeki.
The ANC's top brass in Kwa-Zulu Natal are confronted with a crisis that demands immediate attention. Since their homes were destroyed by floodwaters, flood victims have been scrambling to find new places to live.
The fact that these people have nowhere to go portends the onset of yet another crisis, as they may be forced to spend days on the streets, some of whom are minors.
What many are wondering now is why the funds meant to help the flood victims are being held up when this issue requires immediate attention from both the local and national governments.
"What is the reason for the delay in the release of the funds? In what ways is the provincial government intervening in this discussion? Seeing as this was going to happen everywhere the ANC government is involved I was not surprised "Some people blamed the government for not doing enough to help flood victims in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Even though many people donated money to help the flood victims in Kwa-Zulu-Natal, none of it has yet made it to the people who need it most: those who have been living from one temporary housing solution to another.
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