African National Congress

Statements

STATEMENT OF THE ANC ON THE OUTCOME OF THE SPECIAL NEC MEETING HELD IN IRENE, TSHWANE

13 May 2019

The African National Congress convened a Special National Executive committee meeting (NEC) on Monday, the 13th of May 2019 at Irene in Tshwane to discuss the nomination of its Premier candidates.

In arriving at its decision, the NEC was guided by the following principles and approaches: gender parity; unity and stability in ANC structures; youth and inter-generational mix and experience.

The NEC received three names per province as recommended by the Provincial Executive Committees in line with national conference resolution of 2007, Polokwane.

Statement of the African National Congress on Results of the 2019 National and Provincial Elections

Saturday, 11 May 2019

The People of South Africa have Spoken. They have spoken clearly.

In the same year that the nation celebrates the milestone of 25 years of freedom, South Africans through their actions have again consolidated the gains of freedom.

Again, the people of this country have gone to the polls in their millions, bracing extreme weather conditions and logistical challenges, as they did 25 years ago.

South Africans have once again risen to the occasion and demonstrated that our democracy is deepening, robust and maturing.

STATEMENT OF THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS ON THE RESULTS OF THE 2019 NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS

2019 NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS

Saturday, 11 May 2019

The People of South Africa have Spoken. They have spoken clearly.

In the same year that the nation celebrates the milestone of 25 years of freedom, South Africans through their actions have again consolidated the gains of freedom.

Again, the people of this country have gone to the polls in their millions, bracing extreme weather conditions and logistical challenges, as they did 25 years ago.

STATEMENT OF THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS ON DEVELOPMENTS AROUND THE ZONDO COMMISSION OF INQUIRY INTO STATE CAPTURE

The African National Congress has, like all other South Africans, been following the proceedings of the Judicial Commission on State Capture with keen interest.

We wish to commend the Commission for the thorough and deliberate manner in which it has been conducting the hearings, which is a reflection of plodding industry by the investigators, evidence leaders and other team members out of the public eye.