PAC to replace leader

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Parliament (Picture: Sapa)

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PAC honours 1960 march

2012-03-22 08:34

PAC members protested outside Parliament in Cape Town on Human Rights Day after walking from Langa to Cape Town to commemorate 21 March 1960. WATCH

Johannesburg - The national executive council of the PAC has decided to recall its leader from Parliament, the SABC reported on Saturday.

Pan Africanist Congress of Azania secretary-general Narius Motolo said that the PAC was "not going anywhere" under the leadership of party president Letlapa Mphahlele.
"We are not making breakthroughs, we are marking time politically and that is not acceptable."

According to the report, the national executive council wanted to replace Mphahlele with his deputy Alton Mphethi.

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