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Slain Magaqa’s friend outlines Harry Gwala ANC rot at Moerane Commission

DURBAN, October 12 – Thabiso Zulu, close friend of slain former African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) secretary-general Sindiso Magaqa, on Wednesday, testified about assassination attempts and rape allegations before the Moerane Commission. Often looking tired and angry, Zulu outlined for commissioners — tasked with investigating political killings in KwaZulu-Natal — allegations of corruption in […]

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Mabuyane elected Eastern Cape ANC chairman at troubled conference

 EAST LONDON, October 1 – Outgoing African National Congress Eastern Cape secretary Oscar Mabuyane has been elected provincial chairman at the ANC’s strife torn conference in East London this weekend. Following the voting at the conference held at the East London International Convention Centre, Mabuyane swept in with 931 votes against outgoing chairman Phumulo Masualle’s […]

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Buthelezi slams “ignorant” Senzo Mchunu’s Moerane Commission testimony

DURBAN, September 20 – Inkatha Freedom Party leader, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, on Wednesday, dismissed claims made by former premier and KZN ANC leader Senzo Mchunu that he had contributed to violence in the province, calling the former premier “ignorant”. Replying to a media query after Mchunu gave testimony on Wednesday before the Moerane Commission probing political killings in […]

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ANCYL in Free State welcomes SACP’s decision to go solo

SOLLY MAKGANOTO The African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) in the Free State Province has welcomed the decision by the South African Communist Party (SACP) in the Free State Province to participate in elections as a stand-alone party, ending their 27-years tripartite alliance. “We have long called for the immediate recalling of all the SACP leaders deployed by the […]

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Youth don’t care about struggle credentials, they care about opportunities – Makhosi Khoza

DURBAN – The children of parents who fought against apartheid do not care about their parents’ “struggle credentials” – instead, they are interested in opportunities outlined in the Constitution, African National Congress (ANC) MP Makhosi Khoza said at a book launch on Thursday evening. “Young people today don’t care if you once belonged to uMkhonto […]