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ANC statement on engagements led by SG Ace Magashule

And that Government led by the department of Military Veterans should ensure that all our veterans are assisted and supported to participate in the economic sector, their welfare is attended to.

“We call on all Military Veterans formations both none-statutory and statutory to work with the Department of Military Veterans to ensure their personnel register is cleaned up”

Secretary General Magashule made a call to all spheres of government to address African National Congress (ANC) Secretary General Ace Magashule engaged the leadership of MKMVA in KZN on Tuesday the 13th of October 2020. 

Secretary General Magashule took note of some of the engagements in the public arena which were unfortunate and noted that with regard to the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) there was a finding on the legality of the security contracts. 

Secretary General Magashule said: “It is important that we conduct clean governance that provides opportunities for all our citizens including military veterans”

the socio-economic welfare of our military veterans 

The ANC reiterates its condemnation of killing of farming communities, both farm workers and farmers.

We welcomes the efforts of government to engage these communities to ensure their safety, respect for workers’ rights and humane treatment.

“We equally condemn lawlessness, destruction of property by white farmers and subversion of legal processes as it happened in Senekal” said Secretary General Magashule, reiterating that farming communities, farmers and workers occupy an important role on the socio-economic life of our country as providers of food and food securitOn Gender Based Violence (GBV), Secretary General Magashule called on “all South Africans to fight this unjust, inhuman and barbaric act, against killing of innocent women, children and the elderly”

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