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ANC Youth League President Defends Party Against Jacob Zuma’s New MK Party

Malatji specifically mentioned former president Jacob Zuma's MK party and warned against similar situations arising with other political entities. He urged the youth to defend the ANC from such opportunists, emphasizing the need to act urgently and register all organizations associated with the ANC.

ANC Youth League president Collen Malatji has emphasized the importance of registering the intellectual property and brands of the organization to safeguard against identity appropriation.

Speaking at a Peter Mokaba memorial lecture in Kanyamazane, Mpumalanga, Malatji expressed concerns about opportunistic individuals who may attempt to exploit the ANC’s history and legacy for personal gain.

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Malatji specifically mentioned former president Jacob Zuma’s MK party and warned against similar situations arising with other political entities. He urged the youth to defend the ANC from such opportunists, emphasizing the need to act urgently and register all organizations associated with the ANC.

In his address, Malatji called for unity among the youth in support of the ANC and its president, Cyril Ramaphosa. He highlighted the infiltration of counter-revolutionary elements within the ANC and stressed the importance of not allowing leaders to be above the party.

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Malatji’s sentiments were echoed by Sipho Mahlangu, the youth league convener in Mpumalanga, who emphasized the youth’s commitment to defending the ANC. Mahlangu drew a comparison between former ANC leaders who have grown greedy and a donkey that returned to the city without Jesus Christ, believing itself to be more popular.

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He assured that the ANC would defeat such leaders with discipline, just as the ANC Youth League did in the 1950s.

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The youth’s dedication to protecting the ANC’s gains of freedom was emphasized, with a call to remain steadfast against those who use stolen funds to form opposition parties. Both Malatji and Mahlangu expressed the youth’s unwavering support for President Cyril Ramaphosa and their determination to preserve the ANC’s identity.

In conclusion, the ANC Youth League is taking proactive steps to safeguard its intellectual property and brands, recognizing the importance of protecting the organization’s identity from opportunistic individuals. The youth are rallying together to defend the ANC and its president, reinforcing their commitment to the ANC’s values and principles.

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Ntuthuko Gumede for SurgeZirc SA
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