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Tony Yengeni opens can of worms on what is causing ANC division

ANC veteran, Tony Yengeni has found out what's causing rifts in the ruling party which has seen the as soon as superb movement slowly losing its loyal supporters and additionally its strongholds as evidenced by the effects of the neighborhood authorities elections.

Yengeni said the primary challenge that is tearing the revolutionary motion apart is the fact that they do not talk the same language as ANC comrades. He said as an instance on the problem of land, comrades aren't talking with one voice which is why it has taken so many years for the ruling birthday celebration to bypass the land debate in Parliament.

"Yes the divisions are destabilising the African National Congress and also have a opportunity of destabilising the u . S . A . Itself. The sooner the ones divisions are handled, the higher and hopefully the pending National Conference will address a number of those problems," said Yengeni.

The ANC veteran additionally adds that the modern-day spat among Tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu and president Cyril Ramaphosa is evidence sufficient that divisions inside the ruling birthday celebration have reached its top.

He said comrades are divided on the matter of President Cyril Ramaphosa and ANC NEC member, Lindiwe Sisulu. Some want the president to punish Sisulu for her utterances, whilst others sense the RET comrade and Tourism minister had a proper to voice her evaluations like another South African citizen.

Tony Yengeni also comes out in support of Lindiwe Sisulu and believes that freedom of speech is one the reasons why there was liberation conflict in order that residents can converse freely without the fear of being reprimanded or punished.



He provides that for the longest time, there were divisions inside ANC, but they have been simply now not seen as they may be now. ANC's December country wide convention can be the primary to be held with numerous comrades suspended and won't be able to attend if their suspensions are not lifted.

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