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South Africa

ANC’s secretary-general criticises opposition parties for accusing the ANC of selling out South Africans

In South Africa, ANC's secretary-general, Fikile Mbalula has criticised opposition parties for accusing the ANC of selling out South Africans after forming a government of national unity. Mbalula stated the ANC mandate remains to be committed to representing the interests of South Africans. He emphasised the ANC retained key portfolios and is willing to collaborate with other parties:    

todayJuly 22, 2024 4

South Africa

South African organisation OUTA has questioned some cabinet appointments

The South African organisation OUTA has questioned some cabinet appointments, seeking greater transparency from new ministers. CEO Wayne Duvenage hopes for closer consultation with civil society and better service delivery. Duvenage has criticised the increased cabinet size and the retention of underperforming ministers stating the bloated cabinet will be a massive cost to society. He has also emphasised the need to address wasteful expenditure, maladministration, and corruption:  

todayJuly 2, 2024 10

Oshiwambo

Ramaposa a tseyitha oka cabinet kepangelo lyuukumwe wopashigwana

Omupresitend gwa South Africa Cyril Ramaposa okwa holola epangelo epe lyuukumwe,sho ongundu ye tayi pangele yo ANC ya kanitha iipundi oyindji yopaalamende momahogololo ga ningwa mu May. O BBC oya lopota kutya ongundu yo ANC otayi kala noopoosa 20 dhomooposa 32 dho cabinet,omanga yo DA,ndjoka yili ongundu onene yopambelewa yompilameno moshilongo,nomuleli gwayo John Stenhuisen uulikwa onga ominista yuunamapya,tayi kala noopoosa dhili 6,omanga dhilwe tadhi topolwa koongundu dhilwe dhili 6. Omauliko […]

todayJuly 1, 2024 5

South Africa

ANC Initiates Second Phase of Government of National Unity Process in South Africa

In S.A, the ANC says the second phase of the government of national unity process, to appoint the Cabinet in line with the Constitution is underway. The ANC’s spokesperson, Mahlengi Bhengu-Motsiri says consultations with leaders of parties included in the government of national unit are underway. Bhengu-Motsiri says ten out of 18 parties joined the government of national unity initiative by Saturday and these parties represent an overwhelming majority of […]

todayJune 25, 2024 11

South Africa

Cosatu Urges ANC to Address Voter Discontent

In S.A, Cosatu calls on the ANC to recognise voter discontent in the election results as a clear signal to improve its performance. The federation pledges to hold the government of national unity accountable, working closely with alliance partner the South African Communist Party. General secretary Solly Phetoe anticipates president Cyril Ramaphosa will consult alliance partners on the forming of the seventh administration's cabinet:  

todayJune 25, 2024 7

South Africa

Optimism and Caution as South Africa’s Unity Government Takes Shape

Investors are hopeful that South Africa's new unity government will implement stable economic policies to spur growth but remain cautious about the coalition's ability to reconcile significant ideological differences as reported by Reuters. After failing to secure a parliamentary majority in last month's national elections, the African National Congress, which has ruled since the end of apartheid in 1994, has formed an alliance with the pro-business Democratic Alliance and smaller […]

todayJune 20, 2024 6

South Africa

S.A’s Ramaphosa Pledges to Improve Living Conditions in Second Term

On Wednesday, a weakened South African President Cyril Ramaphosa vowed that his new multi-party government would enhance basic living conditions for all citizens as he was sworn in for a second term. Ramaphosa's African National Congress will share power with five other parties after losing its parliamentary majority for the first time in 30 years in the May 29 election.

todayJune 20, 2024 6

South Africa

Jacob Zuma Criticizes “Unholy Marriage” Between DA and ANC

The MK Party leader and former S.A president Jacob Zuma says the party need to educate people that there’s no government of national unity in the country but an unholy marriage between DA and ANC. Zuma was speaking during the party pivotal media conference in Johannesburg regarding the current political situation and ongoing developments in South Africa. He says the government of national unity is madness:  

todayJune 17, 2024 21

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