ANC conference report: land summit in the works

The African National Congress has released its 54th national conference report and resolutions.

EWN Clement Manyathela says the report includes the nitty-gritty of the conference so that ANC members who did not attend can get all the information.

Speaking to Stephen Grootes on the afternoon drive show, Manyathela says during the press conferences that immediately followed the 54th national conference; the ANC was careful in its words when referring to big issues such as land expropriation without compensation.

Ace Magashule says they will not be going back or compromising on land expropriation without compensation. In fact they will be they will continue to forge ahead with that resolution from conference. They will be holding a land summit very soon.

Clement Manyathela, EWN reporter

Manyatela says the ANC secretary general Ace Magashule could not give the actual timeline for the land summit. Magashule told the journalists that the summit will run concurrently with the constitutional review committee in Parliament that will be looking into Section 25.

The ANC says...we are still getting there, we will hold that land summit as soon as possible.

Clement Manyathela, EWN reporter

Listen to the report that Magashule believes the ANC will be going to court very soon:


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