Why Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Be Our Next ANC {President}

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Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was born on 27 January 1949. She is a South African politician and anti-apartheid activist. She was South Africa’s Minister of Health from 1994 to 1999, under President Nelson Mandela, then Minister of Foreign Affairs, under presidents Thabo Mbeki and Kgalema Motlanthe.

On 15 July 2012, Dlamini-Zuma was elected by the African Union Commission as its chairperson, making her the first woman to lead the organisation (including its predecessor, the Organisation of African Unity) and she took office on 15 October 2012. Dlamini-Zuma served as South Africa’s Miister of Home Affairs after which she was elected to serve as the African Union’s (AU) Chairperson from 2012 to 2017.

Why Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Be Our Next ANC {President}

Her Excellency Dr Dlamini Zuma is doing exceptional life’s work to the cause of freedom for the people of South Africa and the development and consolidation of our democracy in the quest to create a better life for all Africans.

Why Dr Dlamini Zuma Be our Next ANC {President}?

  • I am happy to be here in Francis Baard and I want to greet all my leaders present here today as well as the branches of the ANC.
  • The Freedom Charter is probably the most important and most democratic document ever produced in the history of South Africa.
  • The Freedom Charter was adopted in Kliptown in June 1955. It is our guiding document and it will continue to guide our struggle.
  • As we commemorate the Freedom Charter let us also assess how far we are in its implementation and what still needs to be done.
  • The People shall govern: we have regular free and fair elections where all men and women have the right to participate.
  • All National Groups Shall Have Equal Rights: Today all national groups and races have by law equal status.
  • The People Shall Share in the Countries Wealth: This is the fundamental challenge that lies ahead of us as we advance our revolution.
  • The Land Shall be Shared Amoungst Those Who Work it: Land ownership patterns remain largely unchanged.
  • All Shall Enjoy Equal Human Rights: This very gathering is a testament to the fact that we enjoy freedom of movement and association.
  • All Shall be Equal Before the Law: We enjoy this right in theory but in practice the poor struggle to access their full legal rights
  • The Shall be Work and Security for All: We must address the super exploitation of the worker that remains in some sectors of the economy.
  • The Doors of Learning and Culture Shall Be Opened: We must have free, compulsory and quality education for the poor
  • The Shall be Houses, Securitt and Comfort: The ANC has done well in providing basic needs to our people and we must continue to do so.
  • There shall be Peace and Friendship: South Africa has gone from extreme isolation to playing a very active role in Africa and the world.
  • To continue implementing the Freedom Charter we need a strong and united ANC. United in a common program and common purpose
  • We must protect and preserve the ANC and its values and principals as it is the only thing we have as black people in this country
  • We have political power and it is not sustainable without economic power. It is time for Radical Economic Tranformation.