The ANC held its 52nd National Conference at the University of Limpopo in Polokwane from 16-20 December 2007.
Jacob Zuma was elected as ANC President.
The National Conference, which is held every five years, is the highest decision-making body of the ANC. It decides the policies and programmes of the ANC, adopts constitutional amendments, and elects the National Executive Committee (NEC).
The 52nd National Conference was attended by 4,000 voting delegates from branches and other ANC structures. It was also attended by non-voting delegates, observers and guests.
This is the last ordinary National Conference before the ANC`s centenary in 2012.
The ANC is in an alliance with the South African Communist Party (SACP) and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU). Each Alliance partner is an independent organisation with its own constitution, membership and programmes. The Alliance is founded on a common commitment to the objectives of the National Democratic Revolution, and the need to unite the largest possible cross-section of South Africans behind these objectives.
Last updated: 22 June 2010
52nd National Conference - Polokwane
|20 Dec 2007||52nd National Conference: National Executive Committee as elected|
|20 Dec 2007||52nd National Conference: Adopted Strategy and Tactics of the ANC|
|20 Dec 2007||52nd National Conference: Resolutions|
|20 Dec 2007||52nd National Conference: Declaration|
|20 Dec 2007||52nd National Conference: Closing speech by ANC President Jacob Zuma|
|17 Dec 2007||52nd National Conference: Organisational Report|
|16 Dec 2007||52nd National Conference: Opening address and political report of ANC President Thabo Mbeki|
|01 Nov 2007||Proposed amendments to the ANC Constitution [PDF]|
|08 Oct 2007||Information Sheet on NEC Nominations|
|30 Aug 2007||Strategy and Tactics of the ANC: Building a National Democratic Society - revised draft|
|30 Mar 2007||Revolutionary morality: The ANC and business|
|30 Mar 2007||The RDP of the Soul|
|30 Mar 2007||Peace and Stability|
|30 Mar 2007||International Relations: A Just World and a Better Africa is a Possibility|
|30 Mar 2007||Legislature and Governance for a National Democratic Society|
|30 Mar 2007||Transformation of the Judicial System|
|30 Mar 2007||Economic Transformation for a National Democratic Society|
|30 Mar 2007||Transformation of the media|
|30 Mar 2007||Challenges facing workers and unions|
|30 Mar 2007||The Role of the Working Class and Organised Labour in Advancing the National Democratic Revolution|
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