MK Party decides on key leadership positions

Nkosinathi Nhleko appointed National Organiser, Sihle Ngubane Secretary General


27 March 2024

The uMkhonto weSizwe (MK Party) National Executive Committee, in its meeting held on the 26 March 2024, resolved that in ensuring the strengthening of the organisation’s campaigning machinery strategy for a two-third (2/3) majority, the following fundamental changes ought to be executed with immediate effect as per the following redeployment of members of the interim National Leadership Core to lead the organisation will be as follows;

Secretary General – Cde Sihle Ngubane
Deputy Secretary General – Cde Arthur Zwane
Treasurer General – Cde Danisa Zulu
National Organiser – Cde Nkosinathi Nhleko

The following existing members of the interim National Leadership Core, will continue to serve the organisation in delivering the Peoples Mandate towards a two-third (2/3) majority in their respective deployed roles as leaders per below;

Head of Communications and Spokesperson – Cde Nhlamulo Ndhlela
National Head of Elections – Cde Muzi Ntshingila
Legal Advisory – Adv Mashudu Tshivhase

The National Leadership Core congratulates all the members in their roles of deployment in ensuring the delivery of a two-third (2/3) majority elections outcome. We furthermore request that all provincial Convenors and Coordinators, including the national MK Party structures adhere to an attitude of discipline and more so that there be collaboration and integration of all existing provincial structures to advance the organisation towards a two-third (2/3) majority.

We state so as the National Leadership Core, because we want to deliberately state that any parallel structures in any form, will not be tolerated by the National Leadership my Core, pending which that should there be an attempt by any member to sow divisions within the party by forming such structures, the National Leadership Core will act swiftly in circumventing any person/member that aims to destabilise the people’s movement.

Let’s start by congratulating all new and existing members of MK Party in their respective roles with the aim of achieving a two-third (2/3) majority result, come the 29 May 2024.

Statement issued by Cde Nhlamulo Ndhlela, Communications and Media, MK Party, 27 March 2024