Madiba’s teachings remain in our memories - ANC

2016-12-05 17:20
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Durban – The KwaZulu-Natal ANC has recommitted itself to growing the legacy of former president Nelson Mandela.

“Although Cde Madiba left us three years ago, his teachings remain vivid in our memories as members of the ANC. He was the driving force behind the rainbow nation, South Africa,” ANC provincial secretary Super Zuma said in a statement.

Today (Monday) marked three years since Mandela died.

Zuma said Mandela’s dream was to build a South Africa and a world that embraced the values of ubuntu.

“As the ANC, we continue with that vision for a better South Africa and the world.”

Mandela was among “the special breed of cadres who stood firm to overturn the shackles of apartheid. 

“He was also part of the key leaders who played a role in ensuring there was lasting peace in KwaZulu-Natal and other parts of the country in the early to mid-90s,” he said.

The party’s provincial branch said the party had a responsibility to continue with progressive policies of transformation of South Africa’s economy to benefit all citizens, especially blacks, he said.


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