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ANC Women’s League Announces New NEC, Excludes Former President Bathabile Dlamini

In a statement to SurgeZirc SA, Dlamini affirmed her commitment to work, assist, and provide guidance to the newly elected top five leaders. She acknowledged their new strategy and journey to improve the lives of women across the country.

ANC Women's League Announces New NEC, Excludes Former President Bathabile Dlamini
ANC Women’s League Announces New NEC, Excludes Former President Bathabile Dlamini

The ANC Women’s League (ANCWL) has successfully reconstituted its national structure after a year of disbandment. On Tuesday, the League unveiled the additional members of its new National Executive Committee (NEC), comprising 40 individuals, including prominent senior leaders with roles in the government.

Notably absent from the NEC is former ANCWL president Bathabile Dlamini, who failed to secure a top-five position at the League’s 13th elective conference.

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This marks the second time she has been overlooked, as she was also not elected to the ANC’s overall national NEC during the December 2022 55th elective conference. Despite the snub, Dlamini expressed her full confidence in the newly elected top five leadership and pledged her support to them.

She praised ANCWL President Sisisi Tolashe as a seasoned leader and expressed her belief that Tolashe would effectively lead the Women’s League in their pursuit of women’s liberation and emancipation.

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In a statement to SurgeZirc SA, Dlamini affirmed her commitment to work, assist, and provide guidance to the newly elected top five leaders. She acknowledged their new strategy and journey to improve the lives of women across the country.

Meanwhile, the League’s top five emphasized the importance of their role as advocates for women’s aspirations and urged those elected to remain focused on their duty to the women of the nation.

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They emphasized the need for active mobilization to secure a decisive ANC victory in the upcoming 2024 National and Provincial Elections. Here is the list of members who made it to the NEC:

  1. Johanna Aphiri
  2. Pemmy Majodina
  3. Sandra Beukes
  4. Princess Faku
  5. Vuyiwe Hani
  6. Tshwete Pam
  7. Maggie Govender
  8. Mitta Wally Magagula
  9. Sheila Tembalam Xego
  10. Poppy Phetla
  11. Nonkosi Queenie Mvana
  12. Poppy Mokoena
  13. Lerato Maloka
  14. Peacock Patricia
  15. Thandi Shongwe
  16. Josephine Lelaka
  17. Busisiwe Shiba
  18. Thokozile Sokhanyile
  19. Refilwe Mtshweni-Tsipane
  20. Dudu Sibiya
  21. Mina Lesoma
  22. Nombuso Mtolo
  23. Thabitha Mohlala
  24. Boitumelo Moiloa
  25. Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko
  26. Mamiki Maboya
  27. Ntombikayise Sibhidla
  28. Dibolelo Mahlatsi
  29. Tidimalo Legwase
  30. Busisiwe Ndlangisa-Nodada
  31. Pumla Mgidlana
  32. Punkie Maqoma
  33. Gaorutwe Morudi
  34. Reneilwe Pholwane
  35. Fanta Bukiwe
  36. Bernice Swarts
  37. Onicca Moloi
  38. Tankiso Morule
  39. Pinky Sharon Kekana
  40. Thembeka Mchunu
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Elize Coetzee for SurgeZirc SA
Elize Coetzee for SurgeZirc SAhttps://new.surgezirc.co.za
Elize Coetzee, a seasoned journalist, is the driving force behind SurgeZirc SA’s world news and world politics coverage. With an unwavering commitment to truth, Elize delves into global affairs, providing live updates, in-depth investigations, and thought-provoking analysis. Whether it’s geopolitical tensions, international diplomacy, or breaking stories, Elize’s incisive reporting keeps readers informed and engaged.
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