ANC leaders attend political school

2011-10-25 22:31

Durban - Seventy seven ANC leaders in KwaZulu-Natal are attending a political school in Durban, provincial secretary Sihle Zikalala said on Tuesday.

"The comrades have been selected to attend political school in the province to build and develop political understanding," Zikalala said.

"The curriculum offers modules in politics, financial management, human resources management and administration."

Zikala said the ANC in the province intended proposing next year that all party members wishing to be councillors be compelled to do the political training.

"It should form part of our guidelines in selecting councillors."

Councillors should be equipped for their positions, Zikala said.

  • John - 2011-10-25 22:56

    In other words, right now they are ignorant, incompetent, negligence, criminal, murderers, genociders.

      Myth - 2011-10-26 01:45

      Had you not noticed?

      Servaas - 2011-10-26 09:16

      Guess this is the closest these clowns will ever come to being in "school". Real Mickey Mouse Banana republic we have.

  • Pawel - 2011-10-26 00:20

    This is to funny, perhaps they should go to a normal school and learn politics 101 first... before they start earning a government pay check!!

      Francois - 2011-10-26 05:14

      No, politics 101 assumes that you can read and write and think for yourself. They must go to normal school and pass the pre 1994 English, Maths and Accountancy, higher grade, and they must be taught by SADTU teachers only.

  • Maximus Odinidus - 2011-10-26 01:25

    I think what they meant was The curriculum offers modules in politics, financial mismanagement, human resources mismanagement and maladministration without getting caught."

  • Heinrich - 2011-10-26 06:42

    You can have no education, no skills, no idea of management, but with a big mouth and Party loyalty you can become a "leader" where you get paid an astronomical salary for doing nothing other than promoting the Party. All leaders should be voted for by members of their fraternity, based on CV's past performance and commitment to S.A. All political parties should be abolished, as they are self-serving, wasteful, divisive and not primarily focused on national interest.

  • Harry Meyerowitz - 2011-10-26 07:30

    Surely you should know what it takes to be a leader, before you get the role? This is crazy, just like the taxi school for our wonderful taxi drivers.

  • Willem - 2011-10-26 08:19

    It is nothing to learn to lie. They should be thought not to lie and do something about the economie of this country which the ANC is destroying with their Russian thought politics.

  • Mia - 2011-10-26 09:18

    This is ONE of the reasons I refuse to bring kids up in this land.

  • Mzamo - 2011-10-26 09:58

    Can also Malema join them!! I remember that in the hearing he had in previous years one of the conditions was that "he nneds to attend political school and anger management causes"! But it does not look like he has done any of the above!

  • Brett - 2011-10-26 11:12

    Is woodwork part of the curriculum? If so, is Juju the lecturer?

  • WilliamPie000 - 2011-10-26 13:14

    It won't be a bad idea to send them to primary school first!

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