ANC NEC meets ahead of lekgotla

2016-01-24 15:53


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Johannesburg - The ANC's national executive committee (NEC) is holding a one and a half day meeting ahead of the party's lekgotla, which is set to start on Monday.

The NEC members, which include the party's top six leaders and 94 other senior officials, were meeting ahead of the lekgotla that would discuss matters that had risen from the party's January 8 statement delivered by President Jacob Zuma in Rustenburg, North West, spokesperson Zizi Kodwa said.

The lekgotla will be attended by NEC members, the party's leagues, its alliance partners, all cabinet ministers, mayors and their municipal managers, directors general of government departments as well as CEOs of public entities.

"The lekgotla is an annual forum that determines government programmes and priorities to ensure the consistency between government work and the electoral platform of the ANC," Kodwa said.

The NEC meeting began on Sunday, January 24 and was expected to end on Monday, January 25.

The lekgotla was expected to begin on January 25 and end on the 27th, said Kodwa.

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