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Durban Today: ANC commemorates the life of Seme
Saturday 21 October 2017
12:37GMT [CWTV] Nokulunga Mkhize
THE former Chair of the African Union Commission “AUC” and also the African National Congress “ANC” presidential expectant Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma spoke about radical socio economic transformation at the Pixley kaIsaka Seme memorial lecture in Durban City Hall, this week Friday.
“He was an inspiration and represented the cream of a crop of young comrades that were developed by the party’s movement to service this country. He worked and believed in African unity, freedom and the advancement of Africans’’, said Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
KwaZulu Natal ANC Secretary, Super Zuma described Seme as the main moving force behind the historic movement of the ANC. “From an early age, Pixley distinguished himself as a brilliant intelligent and determent person who was fully inspired by his cousin, John Langa Libalele Dube”, said Zuma. Zuma also spoke down on political killings and racism, he added that the regeneration of Africa must lead South Africa to a higher standard of life. “Africa should give the word ‘humanity’ more humane phase and find solutions to racism and political killings to maintain good economic and political governance.
Among the memorial lecture attendees was Seme’s grandson, Vezindaba Seme and the ANC eThekwini Regional Secretary, Bheki Ntuli. Back