New party to address challenges faced by blacks without "white interference"

Reggie Ngcobo, president of the Mazibuye African Congress, a new party that has already raised eyebrows, says there is no need for white people to join the party.

Ngcobo says the party formed so that black South Africans will be able to deal with issues that affect them without the interference of white people.

He makes it clear that the party will also support President Jacob Zuma in his court case simply because they believe it is improper for Zuma to be judged before he is found guilty by the courts.

Half of the matriculants in rural Kwazulu-Natal are now in cities studying in universities for free because of that man and he is the one who rolled old ARV's. In that sense, a native child has benefited directly and indirectly from his leadership.

Reggie Ngcobo, president of the Mazibuye African Congress

If you find any criminal acts in that you need to take him to court and allow the courts to give a verdict...

Reggie Ngcobo, president of the Mazibuye African Congress

Ngcobo has a background in the EFF and ANC and feels this new party has to tackle the wrongs that politicians have inflicted on the country.

He says he complained about white people in these parties when he was part of them but was not taken seriously.

The Mazibuye African Congress is not a project of Reggy Ngcobo. We are a collective of native people who share the same goal that we need to emancipate a native child against colonial systems.

Reggie Ngcobo, president of the Mazibuye African Congress

There is nothing wrong with white people as individuals but the system that was brought in by them is the one that put us at the bottom line of the economy.

Reggie Ngcobo, president of the Mazibuye African Congress

Even Joe Slovo is responsible for some of the things that have to do with the derailing of the economic emancipation of our people.

Reggie Ngcobo, president of the Mazibuye African Congress

To hear the rest of the conversation with Reggy Ngcobo, listen below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : New party to address challenges faced by blacks without "white interference"


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