Men in ANC 'not ready for women leaders'

2014-12-15 05:10
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Johannesburg - The ANC Women's League on Sunday said men who held positions within their party were not ready to relinquish their power to women, SABC news reported.

League president Angie Motshekga said the league was still working hard in its branches to make sure that there were woman who held powerful positions in the African National Congress regions and provinces.

"We have made a decision, we have set ourselves a vision and it is going to take quite a number of things. It is not as if these men are ready to lose their power," she was quoted as saying.

Motshekga was speaking at the league's national policy conference in Johannesburg.

"So we have to prepare you, so as to also enable men to deal with loss of power because this thing is about loss of power. So we have to negotiate a way through to get to the tipping point that by the time we get there, all of you are there," she said.

According to the report, the ANCWL had not attached a time frame to its ultimate takeover of the party and the country.

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