Tuesday , January 26 2021

Day of DA elections for ANC



Party members filed a petition Wednesday in the petition, voicing concern about some individuals who made it on the list of candidates for the ANC for parliament.

GATGG candidate Soli Mimangga and other members marched to the house "Lutuli", where on April 17, 2019, they left with orange overalls and foxes. The party caused concern for some individuals on the National Assembly's list of National Assembly and provincial legislatures ahead of the 2019 general elections. Picture: @ SollyMsimanga / Twitter

JOHANNESBURG – The African National Congress (ANC) described the decision of the Democratic Alliance (YES) to remove orange overalls and foxes outside his home's home in Lutuli as a dirty campaign triumph.

Party members filed a petition Wednesday in the petition, voicing concern about some individuals who made it on the list of candidates for the ANC for parliament.

The DSU claims that over 500,000 South Africans have opposed several ministers involved in allegations of capturing the state and other crimes, including sexual assault and corruption.

She explained that she had headed for Luthuli House because she could not retreat while South Africa was controlled by criminals.

The GATGG candidate, Soli Mimangga, led a group of members at the ANC headquarters, wearing orange overalls and foxes. The guards later removed the objects from the seat.

"I can not imagine having David Mabuza as deputy president or to be a president."

The ANC accused YES of provoking and using the party as a scapegoat.

"We are sick and tired of being sick and tired of Dr's mother's tricks, they have no ideas, they imitate, and Patricia de Lille disappeared, and Mummy Maimen is just a prayer," the Dakota Legoy party said.

LIST OF PARTIES

The ANC said it had not completed its internal processes and could have avoided the outcome of a report by its integrity committee, which allegedly recommended to remove top officials from its candidate lists for the Parliament.

It is claimed that Vice President David Mabuza and party leader Guadelegenda Mintahe are among those who failed to check the party's integrity commission.

The ANC said that all its candidates on the party lists met all requirements regarding the election law.

Legoete said the top six will study the recommendations of its Integrity Committee.

"We can not stop it, or we can hit the commission's integrity report. We are not in a phase to take action."

"TO REMEMBER"

YES urged the ANC to do the right thing and restore dignity to be in public office.

The party said it supports the ANC's elders, who urged members of the party involved in corruption to be removed from the list of candidates to the National Assembly.

VIDEO: ANC elders: We clean the party, corrupt leaders must go

Msimanga said: "If the ANC really takes care of the people of South Africa, they will listen and remove these people from their list."

Meanwhile, Legoete said the party would form a formal complaint with the IEC about what it described as a "provocation".

"We had to ask our members not to act, they were ready to take them all, but we can not promote violence."

(Modified by Shimoney Regter)


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