Youth council held in Ixopo

2017-09-08 06:00

SIPHELELE NKETO

siphelele@media24.com

THE Harry Gwala ANCYL held a regional general council, attended by 120 branch delegates from sub-regions across Harry Gwala, in Ixopo last Sunday.

Issues affecting young people were addressed and the challenges and successes of the past 10 months were highlighted.

Attendees included the ANCYL KZN provincial chairperson Kwazi Mshengu, Thokozani Nene, a member of the ANC provincial executive council in Harry Gwala, Mkhuseli Mlengane and Kholeka Hadebe.

Harry Gwala regional chairperson, Zwakele Mngonyama delivered a political­ report and regional secretary, Qiniso Mnguni delivered an organisational report. Thandeka Manci, the regional treasurer delivered financial report.
Council resolved to meet Harry Gwala councillors to form strategies that can improve the lives of young people.

ANCYL members said municipalities like Dr Nkosazana- Dlamini Zuma, Greater Kokstad and Ubuhlebezwefail to develop the youth and threatened to invade council sittings of the municipalities.

Young people said they would fight arranged marriages in the villages of Makhuzeni and Bhaca in Bulwer.

The ANCYL also supported Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma becoming president of the ANC as the ruling party prepares to host its national elective conference at end of the year.

Also in preparation of the upcoming conference, the youth league supported­ Amon Zondi, Ntobeko Mavuka, Nobuhle Nkabane, Bridget Bhengu and Nkululeko Mphakathi to serve in the regional structure of the ruling party in Harry Gwala.

The youth league warned that members who do not abide with the resolutions taken in congress will face disciplinary measures.

THE Harry Gwala ANCYL held a regional general council meeting, attended by 120 branch delegates from sub-regions across Harry Gwala, in Ixopo last Sunday.
Issues affecting young people were addressed and the challenges and successes of the past 10 months were highlighted.

Attendees included the ANCYL KZN provincial chairperson Kwazi Mshengu, Thokozani Nene, a member of the ANC provincial executive council in Harry Gwala, Mkhuseli Mlengane and Kholeka Hadebe.

Harry Gwala regional chairperson, Zwakele Mngonyama delivered a political report and regional secretary, Qiniso Mnguni delivered an organisational report. Thandeka Manci, the regional treasurer delivered financial report. Council resolved to meet Harry Gwala councillors to form strategies that can improve the lives of young people.

ANCYL members said municipalities like Dr Nkosazana- Dlamini Zuma, Greater Kokstad and Ubuhlebezwe fail to develop the youth and threatened to invade council sittings of the municipalities.

Young people said they would fight arranged marriages in the villages of Makhuzeni and Bhaca in Bulwer.
The ANCYL also supported Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma becoming president of the ANC as the ruling party prepares to host its national elective conference at end of the year.
Also in preparation of the upcoming conference, the youth league supported Amon Zondi, Ntobeko Mavuka, Nobuhle Nkabane, Bridget Bhengu and Nkululeko Mphakathi to serve in the regional structure of the ruling party in Harry Gwala.

The youth league warned that members who do not abide with the resolutions taken in congress will face disciplinary measures.

 

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