ANC needs to be united on radical economic transformation
Heiress apparent to the throne of the African National Congress, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said it was incumbent upon members of the governing party to protect those who are consistently attacked by opposition forces.
Speaking at an ANC Cadres breafing in Sasolburg this week, Dlamini-Zuma said the one thing that the party would have going for it during this tumultuous period was unity, adding that this was not the first time the liberation movement had encountered choppy waters.
"All this pipe talk about radical economic transformation is not going to happen if we are not united," said Dlamini-Zuma, highlighting that the ANC had big plans for this country.
"It is the first time I hear banks allowing people to go out to the streets and close the banks, so it's clear that radical economic transformation is going to be opposed and if we are not united, how are we going to do it?"
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