First ANCYL-IFP march

2010-09-15 00:00

IT will be a case of strange bedfellows when members of the Inkatha Freedom Party in Estcourt join the ANC Youth League tomorrow in a march to protest against corruption in the IFP-led uMtshezi Municipality.

The ANCYL provincial secretary, Bheki Mtolo, said the Estcourt march is part of last month’s ANCYL provincial general council resolution to target four municipalities that are accused of fraud, corruption and mismanagement of public funds.

The other targeted municipalities are uMkhanyakude District Municipality and Indaka and Okhahlamba local municipalities.

Mtolo said the march will start at Princess Park Soccer Ground in Estcourt at 9 am and proceed to the offices of uMtshezi Municipality.

There a memorandum will be handed over, addressed to the MEC for Corporate Governance and Traditional Affairs, Nomusa Dube.

IFP secretary in the uMtshezi constituency, Mthembeni Majola, told The Witness that supporters of the IFP in Estcourt are going to participate in the ANCYL’s march to continue their protest against the nepotism of three leading officials..

“We are talking with one anti-corruption voice,” Majola said.

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