Anc 108th birthday
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By Dr Jack & Curtis.
Dlamini-Zuma said local government leaders in some parts of Kimberley seemed not to care and didn’t even try to address glaring concerns.
Cyril Ramaphosa has often been accused of not having the appetite to implement some of the party’s radical policies to such as the nationalization of the Reserve Bank.
President Ramaphosa delivered the ANC’s 8 January statement in Kimberley on Saturday, where the party celebrated its 108th birthday.
President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the ANC's 8 January statement in Kimberley on Saturday, 11 January. Thousands of supporters gathered at the Tafel Lager Park Stadium to celebrate the party's 108th birthday. In his speech, the president announced the energy utility would not be privatised and the process of transforming Eskom into a reliable electricity supply accelerate.
This was contained in the party’s 8 January statement which was presented in brief by President Cyril Ramaphosa at a rally in Kimberley on Saturday.
From cutting its 108th birthday cake to dancing, the ruling African National Congress celebrated its birthday in Kimberley, in the Northern Cape, with President Cyril Ramaphosa leading celebrations. EWN takes you to the ANC's birthday party.
In his delivery of the January 8 statement, ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa has promised an end to poverty, joblessness and accountability at local govt level.
This year, ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa told hundreds of people attending the anniversary celebrations in Kimberley that its plans for the year are underpinned on the Freedom Charter.
Party supporters arrived at the 11,000-capacity venue to hear the ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa deliver the January 8 statement.
Party President Cyril Ramaphosa will deliver the January 8 statement in line with the ANC tradition which dates back to 1972.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will also deliver the January 8 statement, in line with ANC tradition dating back to 1972 when the party was still in exile.
Paul Mashatile was speaking on the sidelines of campaigning in Kimberley in the Northern Cape ahead of the ANC’s birthday celebrations on Saturday.
While the organisation has plenty to celebrate given its ability to retain political power since the advent of democracy, President Cyril Ramaphosa has also admitted that there were negative elements that the ANC was still working to rid itself of.
Along with other high-ranking ANC officials, the president visited Phokwane in Pampierstad, where community members slammed the state of service delivery.
Alcohol is too much of a health and social problem for us to play ‘cool kids’ who say nothing negative about binge drinking, says Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.