City Post reporter SIZWE ZWANE writes from Durban
THE AFRICAN NATIONAL Congress President Cyril Ramaphosa told more than 100 000 people who attended annual January 8th Statement in Durban which was also the launch party’s elections manifesto that the ANC with deal with corruption and state capture.
The ANC president also honoured cadres who contributed to the liberation of South Africa with Isithwalandwe.
“During the course of our struggle for freedom, the African National Congress has bestowed its highest order, Isithwalandwe/Seaparankoe, on cadres who have made an outstanding contribution to the liberation struggle,” said Ramaphosa.
Those who were honoured with Isithwalandwe are Mama Winnie, Nontsikelelo Albertina Sisulu, Almond Tomor, Dennis Goldberg, John Nkadimeng, Sophie De Bruin and others.
He continues to by declaring 2019 as the year of United Action….”We will implement reforms in economic sectors that have the greatest potential to grow and create jobs.”
“Today, we are issuing a call to all the people of South Africa, to join us as we strive to accelerate change in our country, as we strive to build an inclusive economy that creates decent jobs and as we work towards a better future for our children,” added Ramaphosa.
He concluded by saying, “Ke nako, Vote ANC”. For comment email firstname.lastname@example.org