President Cyril Ramaphosa has denounced the state of the ANC as well as the government when he had inherited the party in 2017. Speaking in Durban last night, the president says the party is busy renewing itself
Speaking at an event for young professionals in KZN last night, President Cyril Ramaphosa had described his dismay at the state of the ruling party in the country.
Ramaphosa said that before the NASREC conference where he had been elected as president of the ANC, things had been looking grim for the African National Congress.
"Over the past few years, we entered a period of drift, we entered a period where we were not focusing on the key issues that we needed to focus on and we were diverted by a whole number of things and we lost our way."
However, Cyril has hope for the future, saying that the party is making every effort to renew itself.
The president took the opportunity to reassure the young professionals that the government will be taking decisive action against those who are implicated in state capture.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that leadership is in the province for the ANC 107th Anniversary which will also see the launch of the ruling party’s election manifesto on Saturday.
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