Dlamini Zuma highlighted the need to preserve the tripartite alliance

“We cannot afford to destroy this organisation. The leader of the alliance must make sure that every member of the alliance is strong, whether it is the SACP or Cosatu. We cannot walk away from the alliance but must unite in order to keep the ANC alive for future generations. What will the country be without the ANC.

“If there is no ANC, the DA will take us back and we cannot allow that we must defend the ANC. In the ANC, if you stand and win you must embrace even those who did not vote for you. If you loose, you must support the democratically elected leader,” Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma said.

“In the ANC, if you stand and win you must embrace even those who did not vote for you. If you loose, you must support the democratically elected leader.

“After 20 years of democracy, only a small percentage of black-owned businesses are listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. The majority of people are excluded from the mainstream economy. You cannot sustain political power without economic power. This is why the ANC adopted the policy of radical economic transformation.

She also called for the acceleration of land distribution.

“The state owns 14 percent of the land while 79 percent of the land is owned privately. The land must be returned to us. This will be done within the ambit of the law, but the law does not come from heaven, it comes from us.

And went on to call for free schooling “across the board” and urged for a skills revolution to open the floodgates of learning.  “No learner should be denied an education. We must make farming attractive for young people.”

 

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