ANC KZN welcomes 5 Former Opposition Leaders

CQ Madlopha

Speaker, on Wednesday, 13th March 2019, the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal accepted into its ranks five leaders of opposition parties who have decided to join the struggle to build a united, non-racial, non-sexist, democratic and a prosperous society. Former DA KwaZulu-Natal provincial leader Sizwe Mchunu together with Councilors; Claudelle Chetty - Naidoo, Renesha Jugmohan, and Nalene Naidoo- Atwaru as well as the NFP's deputy provincial chairperson Njabulo Mlaba have decided to join the ANC. Mr Mchunu said that his decision was based on the fact that there was "no doubt that the ANC was the vehicle and machinery" to save South Africa.

This comes at a time when this glorious movement was celebrating the snatching of two wards at Umhlabuyalingana and Endumeni municipalities from the IFP in the latest by-elections. We are delighted by these recent developments in the ANC. The African National Congress prides itself on being the most progressive formation in our country charged with the historic, yet difficult task of building a better life for all our people, irrespective of colour. The ANC continues to grow from strength to strength with more South Africans accepting its leadership role to build a united, non-racial, non-sexist, democratic and prosperous society.