ANC is looking to address gaps in policies, says Kubayi

The group was providing clarity on some of the party's policies on, among others, economic transformation and small business enterprises.

FILE: ANC national executive committee member Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane.

JOHANNESBURG - The ANC is addressing gaps in its policies with the aim to improve the lives of all South Africans.

That's according to the party's national executive committee member Mmamoloko Kubayi.

She, alongside other committee members, addressed the media at Luthuli House on Sunday.

The group was providing clarity on some of the party's policies on, among others, economic transformation and small business enterprises.

“We want to direct our government to start pushing in order for us to do this. We are saying, from an oversight point of view - because we are holding government accountable as the NEC - we are starting to see a turn in terms of the implementation of programmes and plans announced by government.”