African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee (NEC) member Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says the movement will come out stronger if people of Africa show the acceptance and respect given to the candidate elected as president this December, responded to the march taking place against Jacob Zuma indicating that for the very first time.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was addressing the cadre assembly of ANC, where the party’s provincial and national leaders are clarifying to their party members regarding the present political developments of South African country.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma declares that those who take part in March must understand that they do not have any rights to order the ANC how to perform election as well as remove leaders from ANC as well.
We are not going to have presidents who are elected via streets when we have a constitution which declares how we perform election. She indicates that the opposition must understand they cannot run this country via courts and streets and keep enjoying the monopoly by influencing the people and politicians. During her tenure, she turned the attention of south African towards continental issues after ex president Thabo Mbeki’s African renaissance and it has successfully comes to an end.
Being a first woman to lead the continental organization, she manages to favor South African black women. She also put an end to the child marriage. Whenever she called for speech, she used to spoke about African issues as well as preached about free movement and tolerance regarding South Africans.
She is an extremely experienced politician as she serves under ANC presidents and she is also qualified medical doctor, who has created unenviable and massive challenge in created health systems for 9 new provincial structures.
Dlamini Zuma fights for the liberation of South Africa. Through her prolonged fight, she has championed from African development as well as women empowerment.
In the year 1999, Dlamini Zuma was appointed as the minister of foreign affairs. She championed for various policies of South Africa such as African renaissance, peace, human rights, multilateralism, collective development and promotion of health facilities.