#TamboFriday features Chris Hani

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Tambo Friday features hero, Chris Hani

This Tambo Friday we focus on much loved hero Chris Hani, who shied away from nothing in the cause of the struggle, including introspection and correction where required, even in the face of harsh opposition. The following brief autobiographical account was written by comrade Chris Hani in February 1991: I was born in a small …

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Members – empowerment through cadre development

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Resources and effort must be dedicated to cadre development.

To succeed in transforming our society we need to act now to build the unity of the movement, including reviewing our recruitment and induction processes. The effort to increase our membership has had some unintended consequences: often people are recruited to the ANC not to build the organisation, but to provide votes for one or …

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WIN Voices of Liberation: Chris Hani

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WIN a copy of of Voices of Liberation: Chris Hani.

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AND STAND A CHANCE TO WIN a copy of Voices of Liberation: Chris Hani. Born on 28 June 1942, Chris Hani, Leader of the South African Communist Party and Chief of Staff of Umkhonto we Sizwe, had his life cruelly snatched from him on 10 April 1993. Said Nelson Mandela after Hani’s assassination: …

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Infographic: Building a Developmental State

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Infographic of a developmental state

“If we underperform, the lives of our people will not improve, social progress will be retarded and social discord will grow…” Extract from address by Cyril Ramaphosa at the Gauteng Senior Management Service Conference, 30 March 2016 …

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Timeline of Chris Hani

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chris hani timeline

The following brief autobiographical account was written by comrade Chris Hani in February 1991: “I was born in a small rural town in the Transkei called Cofimvaba. This town is almost 200 kilometres from East London. I am the fifth child in a family of six. Only three of us are still surviving, the other three died in their infancy. My mother is completely illiterate and my father semi-literate. My father was a migrant worker in the mines in the Transvaal, but he subsequently became an unskilled worker in the building industry….”

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#TamboFriday features The Freedom Charter

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Tambo friday features The Freedom Charter

This #TamboFriday we feature The Freedom Charter. Adopted in Kliptown on 26 June 1955, for the first time the people were actively involved in formulating their own vision of an alternative society for SA. It remains the cornerstone of ANC policy to this day, and is seen by many as the foundation of South Africa’s …

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WIN Dvd/Book! Hurry, only 5 of each left!

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stand a chance to Win dvd or book over the next for weeks

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FIRST 10 WINNERS! ONLY 5 BOOKS AND DVDS LEFT! WIN a copy of the book Freedom in Our Lifetime by Anton Lembede, or the DVD, Kalushi: The story of Solomon Mahlangu. HURRY! We have only 5 copies of this collection left! This activist and founding president of the ANC Youth League has …

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We must fight for the unity of the alliance

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the fight for unity alliance is a key factor

Over many decades of struggle our Alliance has been given responsibility by the people of this country to lead the struggle for their complete emancipation. Our leaders fought, sacrificed and worked tirelessly to earn this responsibility. Only by staying true to the cause of our people will we remain worthy of this trust. Only by …

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