Lecture held on Mandela Day

2017-07-28 06:00
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A MEMORIAL lecture was held in Kokstad Town Hall by the ANC provincial secretary, Super Zuma on Tuesday where he told members to foster unity in the party just like Nelson Mandela did.

Addressing more than 100 ANC members from Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Greater Kokstad, Umzimkhulu and Ubuhlebezwe municipalities, Zuma asked party members to pray for unity.

He condemned the recent attacks of Umzimkhulu councillors and said members of the party must follow in Nelson Mandela’s footsteps.

“Nelson Mandela was the servant of the people and people must follow his legacy.

“Mandela and other freedom fighters helped the country to be free so people must not abuse freedom by doing things that are not pleasing,” said Zuma.

He encouraged party members to report those who plan attacks on others.

Harry Gwala Regional chairperson Zamo Nxumalo also encouraged party members to be vigilant when out at night.

“People must make stronger street committees to bring security and also to work with SAPS,” said Nxumalo.

Harry Gwala District Municipality Speaker Nosisa Jojozi, Greater Kokstad Municipality mayor Bheki Mtolo and Greater Kokstad sub-region chairperson Phumzile Nocanda also attended the lecture.

A MEMORIAL lecture was held in Kokstad Town Hall by the ANC provincial secretary, Super Zuma on Tuesday where he told members to foster unity in the party just like Nelson Mandela did.

Addressing more than 100 ANC members from Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Greater Kokstad, Umzimkhulu and Ubuhlebezwe municipalities, Zuma asked party members to pray for unity.

He condemned the recent attacks of Umzimkhulu councillors and said members of the party must follow Nelson Mandela’s footsteps.
“Nelson Mandela was the servant of the people and people must follow his legacy.

“Mandela and other freedom fighters helped the country to be free so people must not abuse freedom by doing things that are not pleasing,” said Zuma.

He encouraged party members to report those who plan attacks on others.

Harry Gwala Regional chairperson Zamo Nxumalo also encouraged members of the party to be vigilant when out at night.
“People must make stronger street committees to bring security and also to work with SAPS,” said Nxumalo.

Harry Gwala District Municipality Speaker Nosisa Jojozi, Greater Kokstad Municipality mayor Bheki Mtolo and Greater Kokstad sub-region chairperson Phumzile Nocanda also attended the lecture.

 

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