ANC NEC mandates Ramaphosa to handle “two centers of power” issue

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the African National Congress (ANC) has mandated the party President Cyril Ramaphosa and his Top-Six to handle the issue of the two “Centres of Power” Lithuli House and the Union Buildings.

The ANC NEC held its first ordinary meeting following its election at the 54thNational Conference on 18-19 January 2018 in Irene, Tshwane.

The NEC is the highest decision making body or chief executive organ of the oldest liberation movement in Africa, the African National Congress.

The meeting agreed on the need to forge a social compact among government, business, labour and communities for economic recovery, drawing on the resolutions of the 54thNational Conference.

ANC NEC Resolution on two centers of power:

    The Officials, led by President Ramaphosa, will continue their engagement with President Jacob Zuma to ensure effective coordination between the ANC and government.

The NEC also resolved to on the suspension of the Provincial Executive Committees of KwaZulu-Natal and Free State and the establishment of interim structures to unite and build the movement in preparation for provincial conferences.

The NEC agreed that the party must act decisively and with determination to rebuild the bond of trust between our people and the movement, restore the dignity of our movement, and reclaim the moral legitimacy of our movement.

The party elected it National Working Committee for day-to-day decision-making responsibilities.

1. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma
2. Lindiwe Sisulu
3. Naledi Pandor
4. Jeff Radebe
5. Angie Motshekga
6. Derek Hanekom
7. Edna Molewa
8. Thoko Didiza
9. Nomvula Mokonyane
10. Nathi Mthethwa
11. Ronald Lamola
12. Tina Joemat-Pettersson
13. Dakota Legoete
14. Senzo Mchunu
15. Zizi Kodwa
16. Tony Yengeni
17. Bathabile Dlamini
18. Nomaindia Mfeketo
19. Barbara Creecy
20. Thandi Modise
According to the party’s current legislation, the decision of the NWC are is binding and cannot be opposed. The NEC will deal with the party deployees in government who do wrong.

 

 

 

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