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The leadership that can save the ANC - Forces of Change

Forces of Change
07 November 2012

Website launched to support candidacies of Motlanthe, Phosa, Modise, Mbalula and Sexwale

ANC 53RD NATIONAL CONFERENCE PERSPECTIVE - VOTE FOR CHANGE! VOTE FOR A QUALITY ANC! VOTE FOR AN ANC THAT HAS THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH AFRICA AND THE WORLD.

Welcome to the perspective that promotes change of leadership and policies in the ANC 53rd National Conference of the African National Conference. This perspective is unapologetically a platform to communicate and exchange information on the need for thorough going change in the ANC 53rd National Conference.

All members and supporters of the ANC who support the need for quality and durable change in the ANC 53rd National Conference are allowed to contribute on this perspective and will recurrently post messages and updates. This website is a necessary platform because forces of darkness and faceless sources always spread misleading messages about genuine leaders of the ANC who are an embodiment of the change that should happen in the ANC 53rd National Conference.

THE CHANGE ADVOCATED FOR HERE IS CHANGE THAT WILL RESULT IN THE FOLLOWING VITAL QUALITIES AND ATTRIBUTES:

1. ANC that will re-affirm the Freedom Charter as the strategic mission and vision.

2. ANC that will re-affirm the National Democratic Revolution as the route towards attainment of Freedom Charter objectives.

3. A non-racial, non-sexist, democratic, united and prosperous ANC and South Africa, which does not undermine the values of the Constitution.

4. A corrupt-free ANC, which fights against all forms of corruption and respects the rule of law

5. ANC that respects its members and leaders from all ethnic and language groups, not one over the rest.

6. ANC that makes sure that all its cadres in business are provided structured support, not support that is questionable.

7. A stable government and cabinet, which will restore the confidence of the people of South Africa in the Movement.

8. ANC that will always prioritise the interests and aspirations of workers, particularly mineworkers in the face of massive crackdown and dismissals by their employers and bosses.

9. ANC that will focus on real rural development of all rural areas in South Africa, not just few territories.

10. ANC that will respect the autonomy of the ANC Women's, Youth and Veterans Leagues and give them guidance on areas of disagreement.

11.ANC that will build real and genuine unity of the alliance based on the aspirations of the Freedom Charter and the NDR.

12. ANC that will regain the confidence of all Africans in the AFRICAN continent and Diaspora as a genuine leader of African renaissance.

13. ANC whose leaders are symbols of integrity and guided by proper morals in society that can inspire the confidence of the majority.

14. ANC that can win the hearts and minds of all South Africans, make them to cherish and value knowledge, education and expertise.

15. ANC that will respond to the needs of all South Africans and provide leadership whenever called upon to do so.

16. The ANC that will pursue the struggle for economic freedom in our lifetime in an unapologetic and clear fashion, emphasising in particular Nationalisation of Mines and land expropriation without compensation.

17. The ANC that will reflect generational-mix, meaning that new and younger tried and tested cadres of the ANC will be given space to lead the Movement.

The events and other political, social, and economic developments that have happened in the ANC and South Africa since the 52nd National Conference in 2007 clearly demonstrate that under President Jacob Zuma, the ANC has been unable to lead the Movement and society towards these qualities and attributes.

All reliable independent and dependent surveys about the confidence of South Africans on the leadership of President Zuma have shown that an absolute majority of South Africans do not have confidence in his leadership. This was illustrated by the fact that when he was face of the ANC campaign in 2009 general elections and 2011 local government elections, the ANC lost a significant number of votes in all provinces, except in KwaZulu Natal.

The Democratic Alliance ran an anti-Zuma elections campaign and were able to win elections decisively in the Western Cape, and reclaimed the City of Cape Town with a decisive majority whilst posing a real threat to the ANC in Port Elizabeth and Johannesburg. The DA is encroaching into the base of the ANC, and their access point is of course the weaknesses of local leadership, but also the fact that President Zuma does not inspire confidence and has no moral compass to guide the nation on good family values, on the fight against corruption and on many vital values that define and characterise South Africans.

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The change we advocate for in this platform should stop the DA's encroaching of the ANC base and it is known fact that with President Zuma, who has lost confidence of the people on the ground, the ANC will receive a reduced number of votes, election after election.

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THE LEADERSHIP THAT CAN SAVE THE ANC FROM THIS ANOMALY AND LEADERSHIP WHICH IS OPEN TO SCRUTINY AND LEADERSHIP THAT IS TRIED AND TESTED IN VALUES OF THE MOVEMENT IS THE FOLLOWING LEADERSHIP:

Collectively and individually, these leaders reflect the best collective of ANC leaders ever produced in the post democratic dispensation. They reflect collectively the following values:

  • Quality, credibility and integrity amongst the people of SOUTH AFRICA, AFRICA AND THE WORLD.
  • Understanding of core organisational values and principles.
  • Generational mix.
  • Thorough understanding of the business community.
  • Thorough understanding of the international struggles and how the ANC should respond.
  • Deeper understanding of gender and women's struggles.
  • Deeper understanding and appreciation of the struggles of the youth.
  • Appreciation and deeper understanding of the Military Veterans of the ANC.
  • Thorough and deeper understanding of challenges facing the ANC in Provinces.
  • Appreciation of the kind of society South Africa and the world has become.
  • Innovation, creativity and forward thinking on new solutions for the future.
  • Thorough and deeper understanding of the theory of the revolution and the vitality of the Freedom Charter in the struggle for total emancipation.
  • Fair balance of militancy/radicalism versus moderation and pragmatism.
  • Collective appreciation of political education as a tool to rebuild and renew the ANC.
  • Non-corruptibility in their individual and private lives.
  • Non-factionalist approach to ANC politics.
  • Uniting and patient leaders who will bring everyone together.
  • Not compromised individuals who will feel indebted to anyone.
  • Ability to genuinely appeal to all spectrum of society.

These are the leaders who represent change promoted unapologetically in this platform, and a thorough look into these leaders' individual lives and political conduct will

indeed reveal the truthfulness of these values and qualities that they represent. Any individual who is honest to themselves and is not influenced by narrow ethnic, regional, and personal patronage prejudices will agree that the values used to define this leadership collective are a reflection of reality and totally true.

ABOUT US:

Sometimes the best way to describe who, what, and how you are is by describing who, what, and how you are not.

Below we describe what we are not as a basis of describing who we are:

  • We are not a faction in the ANC, and are not an official structure of the ANC.
  • We are not an anti-ANC grouping that seeks to undermine the proper organisational platforms of the ANC and its formations.
  • We are not a funding mechanism in the ANC to provide resources to one group against the other.
  • We are not a neutral body that does not hold opinions on who should lead the ANC post 53rd National Conference.
  • We are a lobby group that seeks to provide useful and correct information about the reason why branches of the ANC call for change of leadership.
  • We are a lobby group that seeks to provide correct information and publish what leadership of the ANC seeking change say whenever they are misrepresented in the mainstream media.
  • We hold a view that the leadership of the ANC as is should be changed at the 53rd National Conference  and a new leadership with President Kgalema Motlanthe as President be given the elected mandate to lead the ANC forward.
  • We believe that unity in the ANC can be achieved through election of leadership proposed in this perspective's opening statement.

Issued by the Forces of Change, November 7 2012

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The above.
Kgalema is already deputy president - if he wanted to change things he could have done most of it by now.

by Daniel Berti on November 07 2012, 18:39
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Not a name on the article claiming authorship.
Cowards

by . on November 07 2012, 19:02
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Change Leaders as endorsed by ANCYL and...
the motley self-styled band known as "Economic Freedom Fighters"..

Ask yourself...these are the same people who support Malema to rejoin the ANC?...is that the kind of change you want? what next nationalization? closely followed by . .more

by . on November 07 2012, 19:10
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by . on November 07 2012, 19:02
Fakester.

by . on November 07 2012, 19:50
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ha ha ha cheap propaganda
All that has been said belong to the dustbin.Zuma will be re-elected as he is he is undisputed leader of the ANC

by njenje on November 07 2012, 20:55
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The Band
These people are confused. They say they are not a faction of nor a structure of the ANC. Why do they use the name of the ANC? The ANC has structures through which it makes changes. I dare their top six to come out now and declare their position vis-a-vis . .more

by Lerumo Mkhonto on November 07 2012, 20:56
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*Sigh
I see the Zuma worshippers are out in force. As far as I can tell, the proposed candidates are no better than Zuma. They're all vying for access to the same money pit that Zuma is currently raping for his own benefit. As far as I'm concerned, Zuma and . .more

by Miksa668 on November 07 2012, 21:23
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Am I the only one who sees the irony?
Not a name on the article claiming authorship.
Cowards

by . on November 07 2012, 19:02
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by David on November 07 2012, 22:05
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Greed
Fighting for control of state resources,lack of ideologue only driven by greed we not idiots , come out of the shadows n b visible don't b cowards

by Knowledge on November 07 2012, 22:06
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What would inspire me
Would be names like Mamphela Ramphele, Helen Zille, Johnathan Jansen, Lindiwe Mazibuko, Vusi Pikoli, Willmot James, Bonginkosi Madikizela

by DM on November 07 2012, 22:28
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Hungry for Power
Dangerous people trying to oust Zuma

by Abel on November 07 2012, 22:32
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This 'positive initiative' is just too much!
A bunch of self-serving clowns and quite transparent too! My, but all these 'positive initiatives' are just getting a bit too much for ordinary Saffas. Hope they get rid of Zoomsie and his brothas and sistas in crime, though! But I do wonder if the likes . .more

by Courier on November 07 2012, 22:37
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support of leadership mentioned
i support the list, but zuma crue is running at branches munupulating and misrepresanting the anc in support for zuma

by tsakane on November 07 2012, 22:50
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Zuma is a joke
zuma lack leadership skills we need young fresh brains to lead this country, your proposed top six still dominated by pensioners.

by Sizwe on November 07 2012, 23:10
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New faces
For real change 2 hapn, nun of thos ppl shud b ther as theyv bn ineffectiv in their positionz...i mean Mbalula wantna bring Bey 4 R17mil,who wud dat hav benefitd? Thez ppl shudv provd emselvs whyl in their current positionz...da deputy pres shudv bn abl . .more

by Zama on November 07 2012, 23:17
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You guys serious?
For as long as you guys go on with this "National Democratic Revolution" horseshit I prefer Zuma to be in charge. At least then the ANC is SURE to implode.

by martin on November 07 2012, 23:20
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Forces of Change
Bring it on and let's see how strong and genuine are you-ANC is now perceived as a bunch of looters who have no insight about the plight of the poor and the promises made when needing votes.I do trust Thenjiwe she has been honest right through I am not . .more

by Bonnie on November 07 2012, 23:50
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Not confident in this leadership
With each and every passing day I ask myself who will rescue us from the ANC. For quite a long time I had confidence in Motlanthe as the future leader of this country but his "silent diplomacy" against South Africans leave much to be desired. There is a . .more

by Satirist on November 08 2012, 00:05
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the above
The above piece looks like one of those documents that a leader who has just conducted a coup tries to throw out to the people, promising the masses a brighter better future. Anyway there are lots of commy points in that whole manifesto. Since you didn't . .more

by multi85 on November 08 2012, 00:10
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zuma
Jz mast jst tap out.we dnt need a leader wu doesn't set an example

by tsumbedzo on November 08 2012, 00:44
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This is all about the battle for the control of state power to benefit a faction
The top six proposed is weak and mischevious. It is laughable to see who they prefer for Deputy President and Secretary General. This slate thing is the one killiing the ANC,let the branches of the ANC decide. The proposed DP's political career was . .more

by Setla on November 08 2012, 03:23
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FOC ( forces of change)
Another bunch of spineless FOCKERS with empty promises from the ANC.
The only real change will come once The DA is in power.

by Jzee on November 08 2012, 04:19
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Kgalema is but change
I don't understand how these folks think, how can they expect a man who can't even decide what he wants to now all of a sudden implement 6,8 & 16 in your wish list? Come on guys, wake up & realise that Motlanthe is but only a candidate to replace the . .more

by Change ? on November 08 2012, 05:07
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Arrest Zuma,Ramaphosa and Cosatu
We need our freedom as workers .Zuma is saying if Obama did it why can't I did It for second term.He is thief supported by killer Ramaphosa and Cosatu Vavi. Compamies like is stll oppressing blacks and gave Cosatu shares.if you talk Ramaphosa can . .more

by Ntwadumela on November 08 2012, 05:12
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Nonsense
It's always good to read the findings of research once one has had full understanding of the methodology of the research.... Not to mention its object. The ANC leaders that appear on this list are in the main NEC members who have been part of the . .more

by Ntando Sangweni on November 08 2012, 06:09
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Have They agreed?
I wonder if these leaders have said yes to their names being put up, I want to single out Thenjiwe, she s one of the most principled intelligent women and if you really are serious, what value will she add by just being a DSG, she was that years ago, she . .more

by Neo on November 08 2012, 06:15
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Change is good
As the youth of the country we need change. As much as we are supporters and voters of the ANC we are bound to donate our votes to other parties if the current leadership is retained. The ANC must give us quality leadership otherwise they will learn the . .more

by Charley on November 08 2012, 06:47
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Why?

Why can this band of merry men save the ANC? They have been an integral part of its incompetence all along. And have done nothing to identify, address or resolve corruption, incompetence, sloth and mismanagement. And somehow we are to believe . .more

by Dinks on November 08 2012, 06:49
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forces of change
i wpresident Jacob Zuma to be re-elceted as the ANC president to protect the ANC.JZ is a good leader and with him ANC will be in a good hands.we must not allow position mongers to destroy the ANC. Viva JACOB ZUMA VIVA

by Zumantashe on November 08 2012, 06:57
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Who Really Cares?
Who really cares whether it's the current ANC scumbag or another ANC scumbag - they are all rotten, vile cretins who can't wait to insert their filthy snouts into the trough of public funds. It really makes no difference - However what will make a HUGE . .more

by Democrat on November 08 2012, 07:09
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anti tribalism
As someone who is not zulu speaking if Zuma wins DA gets my vote 2014

by kenny on November 08 2012, 07:22
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Zuma
Zuma should never have been there in the first place. He is not there for his vision or leadership abilities - he was merely a copromise tool for the anti Mbeki lobby/faction. He was always going to be "used".

by Bokdrol on November 08 2012, 07:28
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by David on November 07 2012, 22:05
I already mentioned it was a fakester. Were you the fakester? Do you see the irony in not using your full name? Do you see the irony that even if you use a name its not necessarily your true name?

by . on November 08 2012, 07:48
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motlhanthe
Montlhanthe and his crew will take us back to the monster they have created Malema

by TMan on November 08 2012, 07:49
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Change!
The change we want, need and crave does not even include the ANC!

by Paul C on November 08 2012, 07:52
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Changes that we need as south africans 2gether with ANC members
I do suppot this men & women to take us forward. Coz under zuma leadership we lost western cape including cape town. Again DA is runing behind us all the time, if we get this ppl in power we will get mojority of voters & hve respected dicisions in . .more

by Mashabela on November 08 2012, 08:02
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and the circus Continue
tltltltltlt

by mzala on November 08 2012, 08:03
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ZU-MA-NTASHE all the way
LEAD ZUMA LEAD ZU-MA-NTASHE ALL THE WAY Forces of change call for changing ANC policies so that undesciplioned people can be re-instated in the lovely movement

by ZU-MA-NTASHE on November 08 2012, 08:27
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anc
They just do not have the material, look at this motley crew. The only possible improvement is that Motlanthe is slightly more presentable than zuma.

by wm on November 08 2012, 08:30
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Nonsense
This is as good as forming another party. The youth league has lost it's relevance to the youth.

by Veeeli on November 08 2012, 08:49
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Puzzling.
This is definitely not written by the Yob League, though the mission is appropriately self serving there are too few spelling mistakes

by DavidJ on November 08 2012, 09:07
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MY Top six
Mamphela Ramphele, Pallo Jordon, Joel Netshitenzhe, Mathew Phosa, Nkosazana Zuma and Trevor Manuel. This are credible and flawless leaders the intellectual minds to drive the ANC forward. well that is the dream team right there however anything but Zuma . .more

by Uncle0z on November 08 2012, 09:12
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WE NEED CHANGE
Safe this country. Othrwise ANC will loose general elections. Mangaung Zuma will win but after ANC will loose more votes to DA.

by ZUNGU on November 08 2012, 09:12
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What a load of codswallop
You are trying to be all things to all men/women/inbetweeners while at the same time trying to maintain you are better than Zuma and his crowd. No you are not, you are and/or will be just bad. You just want your turn at the trough.
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PS Re your . .more

by Altto on November 08 2012, 09:13
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GHOST LEADERSHIP
How do you expext us to support some people that do not speak for themselves.Up until Montlante,Mbalula etc come public that they are anti Zuma,that is when we'll support them.But for now,they are all cowards.They are afraid to loose their positions in . .more

by LIMPOPO on November 08 2012, 09:29
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Bully
David Bullard, have you been writting other people's press releases again this week.
I didn't know you supported the Nationalisation of Mines and land expropriation without compensation - that is good news !

by The Clever Native on November 08 2012, 09:40
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Meet the FOC'ers
Good branding, hey.

by The Clever Native on November 08 2012, 09:42
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@ Ntando
You are 100% correct. The ANC is about collective leadership. There is nothing new that these guys will bring. If JZ has failed , they have failed with him because they are there and they should be supporting JZ in fullfilling the ANC's promise of . .more

by Nkuza on November 08 2012, 09:54
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Change is good!
I have no doubt in my mind that change will be far better than what we currently have...With the proposed tried and tested cadres at the helm, I SUPPORT CHANGE. Jacob Zuma cannot lead, we must just acknowlegde that we made a mistake in polokwane. Change . .more

by Cuz on November 08 2012, 09:58
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Give others a chance, you bull%#^*@ed the masses.
That coward Motlanthe was Zumas benchwarmer, and he is been there and did absolutely nothing. Go to your Mangaung Circus and elect that corrupt man you call a leader and bring DA closer by loosing votes. Go vote for Zuma and the South Africans will choose . .more

by Shakes on November 08 2012, 10:03
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Ceppwawu /Cosatu corruption
The president of Ceppwawu under Cosatu Lukas Mashego wrote to Sasol Ceo David Constable an Email complaing about quality of toilet tissues at Sasol. He told selected shopsteward that this is an opportunity to eat Sasol money as Simon Mofokeng and Vavi s . .more

by Ntombi on November 08 2012, 10:08
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KwaDakwadunuse...What the hell is that
The DA is waiting for the ANC's Mangaung Conference, and I'm sure if they elect the man from KwaDakwadunuse they will have all the reasons to celebrate.

by Mfana on November 08 2012, 10:17
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Can we have Zuma out of ANC like Malema
I am 100% ANC but should Zuma win Mangaung my vote goes to DA, i dont care if they are a white party or not, at least they are not so corrupt as the ANC and its JZ leader. How could i still vote for a non-interlect to lead me while i am better educated . .more

by Mkhethwa on November 08 2012, 10:36
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Watch out S.A.
Tribalism,Nepotism and Favouritism has destroyed the whole of Africa; from Kikuyu, Kilinjani and Luo all of Kenya to Hutus and the Tutsis of Rwanda now its the Xhosas, Zulus of South Africa and the Pedis are waiting for their turn. The husband and wife, . .more

by Soni,M. on November 08 2012, 10:37
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If u dont change, change will change u
South Africa or Africa needs a younger president cause times have changed...All the older presidents dont want to share this chair...Africa needs a wise, younger leaders not old dictators to loot our country's economy...

by Malema Disciple on November 08 2012, 10:58
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100% ANC
I am 100% ANC but should Zuma win Mangaung my vote goes to DA.

by shakes on November 08 2012, 11:36
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Hopeless
neither leadership change or Zuma stepping down will ever change anything as long as the country is still under the leadeship of the ANC. this party has messed up everything. we need real change.

by Tebza B on November 08 2012, 11:44
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Anyone but zuma
Let wings of change come . I am tired of the president who does not have it

by Jazz on November 08 2012, 11:46
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The angry Ancestors
The eastern cape chiefs say the Ancestors are unhappy with Zuma.
Now King Goodwill Z says the spirts need to be appeased.
There is a common thread here about the unhappy Spirts of the Ancesotors.
The ANCestors must never be upset.
What . .more

by Boogie Man on November 08 2012, 11:48
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Liberation Army "Cadres"
The moment they say Cadres you understand that its just another Liobertaion Army by any other name with Liberation Army "Cadres" set in place to loot and steal versus qualified trustworthy people.
but hell maybe there are no trustworthy brothers left . .more

by Learn from Africa to the north on November 08 2012, 11:51
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Change for what?
Im crying for my mentor 'MR MBAKS" please mbalula get out there.those people "FOC" they do not have a direction intead they used by malema and his allies

by Zake's on November 08 2012, 12:07
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Tribalist
Where are the Ngunis here. President and the deputy from the same tribe and we have Sexwale and Thandi, this is rubbish

by Power on November 08 2012, 13:21
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away with zuma
if zuma comes back from mangaung, then ANC will not come back from 2014 elections, and we need Joel Netshitshenge as deputy press or GS

by mabitsi on November 08 2012, 13:21
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The List
Point numbers 1&2. "Freedom Charter" note: no mention of constitution.
Point Number 6. "cadres in business"......biased tender rigging for BBBBBBBEEEEEE
Point number 16. "struggle for economic freedom" Whatever the hell that means..and (here we . .more

by Velvet Underground on November 08 2012, 13:40
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LETS DESTROY CORRUPT DEMAGOURGES
WE WANT TO STATE IT CLEARLY THAT WE ARE NOT INTIMIDATED BY SENSELESS WEBSITES- WE BELIEVE THAT ANYONE CAN LAUNCH HIS/HER WON WEBSITE ANYTIME- THOSE WHO WANT TO CHALLENGE US WE WILL MEET IN MANGAUNG--- WE CANNOT ALLOW THE COUNTRY TO BE RUN BY THUGS WHO . .more

by ZUMA FORCE on November 08 2012, 15:35
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nightmare
I had a nightmare that zuma is going to win in mangaung and i told myself i will support anybody who will stand up against zuma

by Littlemore on November 08 2012, 15:35
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The ANC already has a succession plan
Moshanthe will take over from Zuma after he completes his second term - all the rest of the waffle is just a smokescreen.

by Lyndall Beddy on November 08 2012, 15:37
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Zuma must GO
I never liked Zuma from the outset. I refused to vote for the ANC when this man became president and my vote wil not go to the ANC if he is still president and one thing for certain more people will join me this time around. It is disturbing that people . .more

by Siyanda on November 08 2012, 19:14
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BIG JOKE
These guys in this page are all a joke. A mixture of cowards and looters. We want nomore slates. Those who have no power to compile slates must choose own leaders across the political spectrum.

by eli on November 08 2012, 20:02
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Who would have believed this!
We have followed the road to ruin that all the other African States took. We did not even bother to learn from their mistakes.

Sobbing :(

by Zinzi on November 08 2012, 20:15
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Change with vision is good
Looks like those in favour of the chief looter are refusing to see the light, Zuma doesn't care about ANC nor South Africa, all he cares about is his pocket. Having old Zuma as a leader is just pure subtraction of ANC votes. Time for younger leaders, the . .more

by Khutso on November 08 2012, 21:01
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forces of change
I'm just worried about the opposing panel if they will really stand, because as far as ANC is concern those five comrades didn't openly accept the nomination yet, but the this FOC is pushing it's own agenda and convice them it is clear we will be seing . .more

by Mgababa Capitalist on November 09 2012, 02:29
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@ Zinzi
Of course we have landed up in exactly the same state as the rest of Africa. This New ANC followed exactly the same lethal capitalism for the chiefs, and communism for the people toxic Pan Africanist mythology!

by Lyndall Beddy on November 09 2012, 10:15
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Forces of Change
I think this is an excellent strategy to oust JZ, i am also for the change and i am an ANCYL member. So i am actually grateful that there are more clever people out there who can come up with such innovative method to make sure JZ is out. Viva Forces of . .more

by Maphusasa on November 12 2012, 07:31
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Death before Birth
Trully ur campaign has died way before taking of. Tried and tested leaders??? Motlantes oil gate scandal??? U can't be serious.

by Mandlenkosi Radebe on November 13 2012, 19:55
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Change change ASJiKI
Those who are blinded by what so ever that they gaining from resisting this change will be shocked by Mangaung and new leadership. You will see people forming ZUanc resisting change and that leads to a disaster. Sience, Moment of initia change of . .more

by Monwai M on November 17 2012, 22:57
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Ethical Leadership
The ANC has chosen an easy way to deal with the most difficult issues facing our country. In dealing with both economic and social disparities one needs to employ clear goals and reasonable time framed strategy. I believe having the latter must supersede . .more

by 'Malibuye Izwelethu' on November 21 2012, 09:25
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Financial Freedom
It would be good to clearly define what Economic Freedom means to different people. Does it mean BEE, Land or living a fleshy life style?
What it is Economic Freedom in simple terms?

by 'Malibuye Izwelethu' on November 21 2012, 10:45
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Tribalism
The Anc all along has been choosing people because of what they can deliver, but now what South Africa is going to see is another Zimbabwe whereby a President is chosen on tribal grounds even if he does not care for the poor, is enriching himself and is . .more

by Snag on December 01 2012, 18:09
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ANC leadershiis not a joke, therefore it cant be individualized.
The so-called forces of change was a group of unpopular populists who were seeking attention to popularize themselves. They were not only populist but also some strata. As the ANC members they are fully entitled to hold their own different views from but . .more

by Masixole Ntunguntwana on March 02 2013, 07:35
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Asijiki....
Is the campaign gone????

by Matthews Bantsijang on November 14 2013, 17:55
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