ANC to report back on 4-day lekgotla
After a four day national Lekgotla, the governing party’s leadership met for the first time after the national policy conference.
JOHANNESBURG – The African National Congress (ANC) is expected to give feedback on the direction of the party on Monday.
From next month, ANC presidential candidates will publicly run to lead the party.
The national executive committee (NEC) met this weekend after holding a lekgotla.
After a four-day national lekgotla, the governing party’s leadership met for the first time after the national policy conference.
The ANC is expected to brief members of the media about the outcomes of both meetings.
The party’s leaders have been divided on matters of the economy, with some factions unhappy with the policy conference resolving to discount the term white monopoly capital to just monopoly capital.
The party has been mum on the outcomes of this weekend’s meetings but is expected to share details at Luthuli House later today.