Unpacking all matters affecting the ANC with Pule Mabe

Unpacking all matters affecting the ANC with Pule Mabe

The ANC has met virtually to conduct its ongoing work of implementing the decisions of the NEC. It focussed on preparations for the Special Extended NEC Meeting on Saturday, 21 August 2021 to approve ANC candidates for the local government elections, as well as the forthcoming NEC Lekgotla. The ANC NWC received a regular report on the work of the National Coronavirus Command Council. It welcomed the efforts by government to ensure sufficient supplies of vaccines. To discuss this and other matters affecting the ANC, we are now joined by the National Spokesperson of the ruling party Pule Mabe.

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