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"Let's Finish ANC In 2024" EFF Top Leader Hits Out

The failure by the ruling party, ANC to pass the expropriation of land without compensation bill in parliament was described by many as another nail on ANC's coffin.

ANC failed to get the third votes required in parliament to amend the constitution. What was a deal breaker is ANC's method of expropriating land.

Even some party comrades were not happy with ANC's failure to implement a key resolution adopted at the Nasrec conference which is to expropriate land.

African National Congress is limping and is at it's weakest point in history since it's formation as evidenced by how they suffered a humiliating defeat in the local government elections.

Opposition parties are now planning to use ANC's weakness to finish it off in the provincial and national elections in 2024.

ANC has been weakened by factional battles which left most party structures dysfunctional.

Economic Freedom Fighters Kwa-Zulu Natal provincial secretary general, Vusi Khoza said black people will never get their land back for as long as ANC remains in power.

"Bahlali, What happened in Parliament yesterday, the ANC wanted EFF to vote for a bastardised motion, a bill to legalize paying land thieves for hoarding our ancestral land, proved that black people will never get their land back so long as ANC is in power. Let's finish ANC 2024," he said.


The red berets deputy president, Floyd Shivambu also blasted the African National Congress for their failure to pass the expropriation of land without compensation bill in parliament.

EFF had previously tried negotiating with ANC so as to work together and help the ruling party pass the bill in parliament, but the talks collapsed as they could not agree on the method of expropriating the land.

ANC want the expropriated land to be privatised, while the red berets want the land to be under the custodianship of the government.

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ANC African National Congress Economic Freedom Fighters Kwa-Zulu Natal Vusi Khoza


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