‘2019 is not going to be easy work’ — Gigaba

2018-12-21 06:00

ANC National Executive Committee member and former Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has asked ANC volunteers to work hard to make sure their party does well during 2019 election.

Speaking during the official launch of the Thuma Mina campaign, held at Kokstad Youth Centre hall on Saturday, December 8, Gigaba said he knew that 2019 was not going to be easy for the ANC, but they planned to work hard to ensure a triumphant comeback.

“There are many political parties who want to contest the 2019 national election, and we are very concerned because our young people are unemployed, our economy is not growing, but we are working very hard to make sure our young people get jobs,” said Gigaba.

The campaign was attended by KZN provincial ANC Executive member Ricardo Mthembu, Harry Gwala regional ANC Chairperson Zamo Nxumalo, other ANC leaders and ANC members.


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