- The Pan Africanist Congress of Azania has stated that they are the only party that will glean results when it comes to land reform in South Africa
- PAC national organiser, Mbuyiselo Gantsu, says that the party is now completely united, following some previous hiccups with leadership
- The PAC are looking to amass many more followers by taking a strong stance on SA’s land issues
National organiser for the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC), Mbuyiselo Gantsu, recently addressed PAC party members at a conference in Bloemfontein and spoke about the political entity’s strong position on land reform in South Africa.
It appears that the PAC is looking forward to regaining a large following, particularly because of their attitude on the country’s land issues.
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Although the party previously suffered some glitches with regards to leadership, Gantsu assures voters that the PAC is currently firmly united, SABC News reported.
“We are happy as the PAC that we are united. As we’re talking, some members are on the ground. We are very much happy that PAC will perform well in the province far more than people are expecting. The PAC is more ready for elections because we are united under the leadership of Narious Moloto. As we are here today talking, the PAC is the only party that can deliver on the issue of land,” Gantsu stated at the recent PAC conference.
Briefly.co.za gathered that, with the issue of land reform playing such an important part in this year’s election, the PAC is bound to turn some heads with their hardline approach.
“I believe historically the PAC is very clear on the issue of land. The land issue was being asked by the PAC from the start. I believe is the time that history relives itself. Now I believe the justice for our student Katlego Monareng who was killed it will come by PAC. There`s no other movement that can do justice like PAC,” Gantsu proudly said.
To find out more about the PAC’s plans for unity and a successful election year, watch below:
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