SACP welcomes Limpopo dissolving

2013-03-18 18:01
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Johannesburg - Dissolving the Limpopo ANC provincial executive committee (PEC) will strengthen the party, the SA Communist Party (SACP) in the province said on Monday.

"This decision shows that the ANC has a capacity to listen and respond accordingly to the working class and the rural masses’ call for change and organisational renewal at every given moment," provincial secretary Gilbert Kganyago said in a statement.

"The disbanded ANC PEC in Limpopo was a poor show of the true values that the ANC represents."

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe on Monday said the national executive committee decided to dissolve the PEC because of its "un-ANC behaviour and institutionalised factional conduct".

The decision was taken at the NEC's three-day meeting in Irene, south of Pretoria at the weekend.

Kganyago said the Limpopo PEC was characterised by factionalism, corruption, and tenderpreneurship.

Dissolving the PEC marked the beginning of the process of building a new cadre that served the working class.

"A cadre of this calibre is highly necessary to champion good governance which must be corruption-free and deliver quality services to the working class and the rural masses on time," he said.

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