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Alleged "sexist" remarks against DA`S Mazibuko
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip has noted the media statement by the Deputy Chief Whip of the DA, regarding her intention to write to ANC Chief Whip Dr Motshekga to complain about what she describes as "sexists and chauvinistic" attacks in the House against DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko by ANC MPs Buti Manamela and John Jeffery.
Western Cape DA speaker`s outrageous ruling
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip is outraged by the undemocratic and bullying tactics of the DA in the Western Cape legislature, which seeks to illegalise expression of views that disputes its deceitful version of history told in its controversial "Know Your DA" campaign.
Deliberations On Labour Relations Amendment Bill
The Office of the ANC Chief Whip has noted reports in the media regarding the deliberations at yesterday`s meeting of the Portfolio Committee on the Labour Relations Amendment Bill. The media reports relate specifically to the clauses dealing with Temporary Employment Services (also known as labour brokers), and requirement for trade unions to conduct a ballot before engaging in a strike.
Alexandria ANC PCO donates rugby kit to school
The Parliamentary Constituency Office of the ANC in Alexandria has donated a rugby kit to Ukhanyo High School on Thursday 31st May 2012 at the school premises. The kit was presented by Brian Maloni who administers the activities of the Alexandria PCO.
Madiba fought for the liberation of all races
Mandela understood that racism and racially discriminatory practices degraded and dehumanised both the oppressed and the oppressors. Thus our national liberation struggle was waged for the liberation of all South Africans, both black and white. The struggle was not against white people. It was against the apartheid system.