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Durban Today: Ramaphosa calls for unity
Sunday 15 October 2017
13:39GMT [CWTV] Sihle Msani
THE African National Congress “ANC” President called for the party members to unite in KwaZulu Natal on Sunday, speaking in the African National Congress- Young Communist League “ANC-YCL” Rally at Curries Fountain Stadium in Durban this week on Sunday.
ANC’s Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa said, “since the division started in the province in 2015, the party has become more divided because KZN is the home of the ANC, everything that happens in the province affect the whole country, including corruption and political killings which must stop’’. Ramaphosa emphasised that young people are not working due to the cause of corruption, people put their friends in top positions without any skills and it affects the economy.
The ANC Youth Communist League National spokesperson, Mluleki Delanga, said “this is not just a rally but a celebration of socialism and the leader OR Tambo, as YCL we are against state capture, corruption and leaders who enriched themselves and their families”.
Among the leaders of the province who attended the rally were Mike Mabuyakhulu, Sbongiseni Dlomo and Nomvuzo Shabalala. Back