7 March 2014
Title and Political Editors are invited to a breakfast briefing with the African National Congress on Monday, 10th March 2014. The briefing forms part of a series to unpack the ANC manifesto and to engage leaders of the media on the bold and decisive commitments of the ANC to move South Africa forward. Monday`s breakfast will be hosted by the ANC NEC Sub-Committee on Economic Transformation and is expected to focus on the ANC`s commitments, plans and programmes to build an inclusive economy that creates jobs.
The breakfast briefing will be held as follows:
Date: Monday 10th February 2014
Time: 08h00 for 08h40
Venue: Emoyeni Conference Centre, 15 Jubilee Road, Parktown
Key Events in the ANC
We need to invest aggressively in new plant, technologies and skills
Each day we witness the improvement of the quality of life of the citizens of our country when we connect households with electricity to the grid; install solar water heaters; build new houses. Whilst we are focusing on the infrastructure build and industrialisation we appreciate the impatience and frustration felt by those who still do not have access to decent basic services.
Helen Zille and perpetuation of White domination
Despite Zille`s attempts to reinvent herself amidst wildly exaggerated claims of courage and trailblazing journalism, the record reveals that Zille was very much part of the apartheid sycophants who only saw brilliance in the architects of that system which was condemned by the entire world as a crime against humanity.
Not the time to remove the ANC government
Since 1994 the ANC government has been intensifying the fight against corruption both in the public and private sectors from initiating methods aimed at preventing public servants from doing business to holding public officials individually liable for losses arising from corruption.
The future is youthful, the future is revolutionary!
The struggle for a better society spans generations, with each generation called upon by the demands or challenges of its age to carry out its `generational mandate`.
Released after the NEC Lekgotla meeting which was held on the 27-28 September 2013
The NEC Lekgotla Bulletin was initiated to ensure that members of the ANC and Alliance partners are informed of the decisions taken by the National Executive Committee
This is important in that the NEC is the highest decision making organ of the organisation
ANC 101 years celebrations
Hlengiwe Mhlaba entertains at the ANC's 101 years celebration rally held at the Kings Park stadium in Durban. 11/01/2012