ANC KZN leadership unchanged

2012-05-12 12:52

Newcastle - The ANC leadership in KwaZulu-Natal will not change, delegates decided at the provincial congress in Newcastle.

Delegates at the congress unanimously decided on Friday night to retain the same leadership led by Zweli Mkhize and forgo voting.

However voting for additional provincial executive committee (PEC) members would go ahead on Saturday.

Mkhize would remain in his position as chairperson. Deputy chairperson Willie Mchunu, secretary Sihle Zikalala, deputy secretary Nomusa Dube and treasurer Peggy Nkonyeni would also stay in their positions.

The congress was in a closed session on Saturday where PEC member Senzo Mchunu was giving a presentation on strategy and tactics.

The delegates would break up into commissions later on Saturday and discuss the policy proposals that had been tabled.

  • ntunjab - 2012-05-12 13:07

    There focus is only in KZN , hw abt other provinces? Hehehehe I'm smelling an IFP ideology here

      Raj - 2012-05-12 13:34

      This is a ANC KZN congress, nothing to do with other provinces.

      Raj - 2012-05-13 13:22

      @Le: I am not going to debate this matter with you because you obviously have a very limited knowledge of politics. My comment was based on each Province. The KZN chairperson, Dr. Mkhize was within his right to inform members and comment on matters arising out of National issues. He was not discussing matters regarding other Provinces.

  • Wayne - 2012-05-12 13:08

    Thats good. Keeping these clowns in power for another term will simply be another nail in the ANC "service delivery" coffin

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-12 13:50


      mholthuysen - 2012-05-12 16:10

      Indeed really - or do you need to be reminded on the bankruptcy of KZN's capital Pietermaritzburg, the financial mishaps of Durban to the tune of several Billion Rands, and the fact that each and every municipality run by the ANC is run into the ground...

  • WhiteNut - 2012-05-12 13:13

    Good example is set here, people should stop their selfish obsessions about leadership positions. Let the organization focus on serious governance and policy issues instead of fighting for positions.

      koos.vandermerwe.92 - 2012-05-12 13:45

      Leaders are someone that leads, sets the example.

  • Pule - 2012-05-12 13:20

    will change only shower head...

      hilton.andile - 2012-05-12 18:04

      when you say we i hope you dnt mean people from kzn coz we are 101% behind Zuma(zuluboy)!

      Kolobe - 2012-05-12 21:01

      hilton what is it you like about zuma apart that he is zulu

  • cleopas.maunye - 2012-05-12 13:23

    Thus de culture of anc thus how thing were done in de past people allowed leadership 2 lead, for a person 2 serve in de PEC had 2 1st serve in de lower structures and excel there 1st, so credit goes 2 the anc branches in KZN 4 understanding how anc works and what it stand for, les hope others will learn from this province

  • mabandla.magoqwana - 2012-05-12 13:30

    Only ANC Province that i think is united .

      koos.vandermerwe.92 - 2012-05-12 13:46

      Only because the zulus are in the majority.

      siyadyosiba - 2012-05-12 13:48

      because they are zulus, cultured and principled in their own way...that's why

      Raj - 2012-05-13 13:26

      Careful Comrade, Wayne might claim that we are forced to be united

  • siyadyosiba - 2012-05-12 13:49

    Congratulations Mkhize and your leadership.

  • georgebrightons - 2012-05-12 13:51

    So it means the national leadership will not change as well. This is a question comrades? KZN is united like ants who works together. The masses will rally behind you until doomsday.

  • bmntwaphi - 2012-05-12 14:02

    Congratulations to KZN ANC they have shown unity and proved they are not power hungry. That is the only province members have showed discipline. Keep up the good work of keeping ANC united.

      mholthuysen - 2012-05-12 16:16

      What good work - in filling their own pockets? Show me one single ANC run municipality that is run properly and with discipline? eThekweni and Msunduzi, Sisonke? All run into the ground, bankrupt, with astronomical rate hikes and no service delivery... ever wondered why Durban is now known as Dirtbin; did you have a closer look at Pietermatitzburg - the bankrupt capital of KZN??? Good work... bwahahahahhaa!

  • Hadebe - 2012-05-12 14:22

    Some 1 must be turning in his all healing shower.

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