South African’s National Liberation Movement
ANC Imvuselelo Campaign Launch
18 August 2010
The President of the ANC, cde Jacob Zuma will be launching the Imvuselelo campaign at Kwamhlushwa Stadium, Enkomazi in the Mpumalanga province on the 23 May 2010.
We expect about fifteen to twenty five thousand to descend to the stadium to listen to the President.
The campaign is aimed at building strong and vibrant ANC branches, which are capable of providing leadership to all sectors of the population and which are visible in community development efforts and struggles at ward level.
In terms of the Polokwane 52nd National Conference resolutions the Imvuselelo Campaign will intensify branch work in each community, to ensure sustainable mass work and establish ANC branches as vanguard of their communities, and to make branches the focus of political and ideological work of senior leadership and cadreship of the movement.
As part of the Imvuselelo Campaign to be launched this coming Sunday, the ANC will also kick-start a massive recruitment campaign aiming to enlist a million members by the time of its centenary in 2012.
The campaign’s primary target is the membership and branches of our movement and it will find expression through dynamic contact with the masses of our people.
Branches where membership recruitment is actually happening will use the Imvuselelo handbook which will be a guiding documents for such purpose.
ANC National Spokesperson
African National Congress
Ishmael Mnisi 082 333 5550