The ANC’s power losses to be discussed.

The ANC Youth League is going to discuss the power losses of the ANC at their national congress which is to take place on the 24-28th September in Midrand. The concern within the Youth League being where the ANC would be in 30 years time, and or whether it would be and only exist as an opposition party.

This is one of its discussion points that are on the agenda that deals with the future of the ANC and the Youth League.

This amongst other matters will be heavily debated in the national congress, and is but one of the four matters under the theme ‘will the ANC govern forever?’

One of the greatest challenges that the ANC is facing on a daily basis and characterizes it at the moment is corruption, greed and self-interest.

The Youth League don’t agree with Zuma’s point of view that the ANC ‘would rule until Jesus comes’

The loss of political power could be because of the growing discontent of the maladministration, mismanagement and the loss of public confidence and can also be ascribed as the rejection of the transformation and development ideologies, would be debated.

The League says, to prevent this, the ANC leaders in government need to react to its citizens, especially the youth and their wants.

The ANC and the Youth League is being weakened through the factions and the divisions within itself and that is a fact.

Sean 2014/08/28 07:57:37 AM
perhaps they could google the definition of 'youth' while they are at it? How about a cut-off age of 21 years?
Paused 2014/08/28 08:13:48 AM
ANCYL finally utter some valid points. I reckon the ANC will lose power in 10 to 15 years, and hopefully there will be a country left to govern. Their current style is quite bad, and the lack of maintenance on existing infrastructure is resulting in so much additional burden on the fiscus, that they should have rasped the fact that the costs of maintenance, are less than the costs of repair, because repair, is more often than not, a case of replace!
Wonder Mthonti 2014/08/28 08:18:44 AM
Discussing Pule Mabe's future as the ANCYL President will be a great start. If they want to restore confidence from their supporters and citizens at large, they must eradicate corrupt leaders. What's the point in discussing Zuma's corrupt tendencies if you still want another corrupt individual to lead?
ruffieb 2014/08/28 08:21:56 AM
Well well, is the ANC finally waking up to the fact that.............just perhaps, crime does not pay.....?
TC 2014/08/28 08:58:01 AM
What bothers me is that I agree with Zuma that the ANC will govern till Jesus comes. I agree because the Good Book says '..satan will govern and then Jesus will come..' And I see that satan is currently governing this sad country.. To me that makes sense.
June Francis 2014/08/28 09:22:29 AM
In 10 years from now under present rule we will be in the same situation as Zim.