[LISTEN] ANC embarrassed and apologises for members involvement in heists
Zizi Kodwa says the Africa National Congress must improve its vetting process when hiring people.
This comes after Luthuli House employee and ANC member Errol Velile Present was fired for being arrested in connection with a cash-in-transit heist.
I have no words to express my embarrassment, I have no words to express the embarrassment of the African National Congress; it's membership and it's leadership.Zizi Kodwa, Office of the Presidency at the ANC’s headquarters
We must improve our vetting process in terms of our employees.Zizi Kodwa, Office of the Presidency at the ANC’s headquarters
We do apologise as the ANC.Zizi Kodwa, Office of the Presidency at the ANC’s headquarters
Meanwhile, the African National Congress KwaZulu-Natal elective conference will get under on Thursday.
Zizi Kodwa says a lot of work has been done to make sure the conference goes according to plan.
Kodwa says ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa will attend the conference on Saturday and deliver the closing remarks.
No branch of the ANC must be left out because of manipulation or gatekeeping.Zizi Kodwa, Office of the Presidency at the ANC’s headquarters
We do not anticipate hackling to happen again at any gathering of the National Congress not only in KZN but nobody or any leader of the ANC must be heckled on the basis of an emotive issue or emotions.Zizi Kodwa, Office of the Presidency at the ANC’s headquarters
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