Key Events in the ANC
Africa is central to South Africa's future
When the apartheid regime tightened its noose around the necks of the oppressed, and banned the national liberation movement in 1960 following the Sharpeville protests, it was Africa that opened her arms to receive the South African freedom fighters as exiles. Africa, particularly the Frontline States, stood firm in her support for the South African freedom struggle, in the knowledge and conviction that the defeat of the of the apartheid regime in South Africa would at once remove the single biggest threat to Africa's stability, development and survival.
Building a post-apartheid city on the banks of the Vaal River; reversing spatial injustice and economic marginalisation
This week the Gauteng Province opened a new chapter in the historical evolution and economic history of Sedibeng. We gathered to witness the regeneration of a key industrial node in the south of Gauteng which had once been a thriving hub of the steel industry and burgeoning towns of Vanderbiljpark and Vereeniging.We marked the birth of the Vaal River City, a new Hydropolis and entertainment hub in the south of Gauteng.
Economics and Social Value of Spectrum: Moving South African ICT Forward
As we celebrate the 60th year of the Freedom Charter, let us open our hands, hearts and sing our revolutionary songs but at the same time reflect and assess our achievements and/or failures towards the delivery of our socio-economic agenda that we committed ourselves, through the Freedom Charter. We proudly adopted our Charter and among others committed to the following principles, “The People Shall Share in the Country’s Wealth! “There Shall be Work and Security, “The Doors of Learning and Culture Shall be Opened.
Madiba as an embodiment of the ANC’s value system
The African National Congress (ANC) as a revolutionary national liberation movement differs from its political counterparts, or strategic opponents, in the South African body politic not just by the content of its elections manifestos. It is also distinguished by its set of values, political culture and organisational discipline. These three sets of qualities, can be collectively described as the ANC`s value system. The ANC’s values are loyalty, integrity, selflessness, humility and honesty. Nelson Mandela was a living embodiment of the ANC`s value system.
Released after the NEC meeting which was held on the 27 - 29 March 2015
This NEC Bulletin focuses on the meeting of the National Executive Committee on 27-29 March 2015. The next meeting will be 16-17 May 2015.