- Ace Magashule claims the party will give the country hope for a brighter tomorrow
- Magashule chatted to the media ahead of its annual January 8 statement, which will be delivered by President Cyril Ramaphosa
- Magashule also insisted that the ANC remains a “pro-poor party”
The ANC held a special national executive committee on Monday ahead of its annual January 8 statement.
The statement will be delivered by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
At the NEC in Kimberley, ANC secretary-general Magashule was in buoyant mood as he touched on the road ahead.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the ANC is upbeat about its chances of alleviating poverty and decreasing the unemployment rate.
The most recent statistics placed the unemployment rate at 29.1%, as per the data provided by Stats SA.
Magashule said, “We will give South Africans hope that things will be better tomorrow and will be better than today.”
TimesLIVE also reported that Magashule is adamant that the party remains one for the masses.
Magasule added, “The ANC is an organisation that is pro-poor.”
Magashule expressed that the senior leaders would be using this week to identify the current shortcomings and devise strategies going forward.
Briefly.co.za understands that Magashule shared disdain for the provincial government following its attempts at extending liquor trading hours to coincide with their stay.
As a testament to the ANC's commitment, Magashule said, "You won’t see us anywhere except with the masses.”
Briefly.co.za gathered Magashule to be a busy man as the senior politician recently condemned America for its recent actions.
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