Ace Magashule is at the forefront of the ANC’s recently announced Year of Charlotte Maxeke initiative, following the party’s 109th anniversary celebration.
Secretary-General of the African National Congress (ANC), Ace Magashule was featured in the party’s video shared on Twitter on Wednesday, 20 January 2021. In the video, Magashule introduced the aims of the ruling party for the rest of the year, which comes weeks after the ANC celebrated its 109th anniversary. The celebrations were under the thematic umbrella of the Baobab tree, in line with the party being the oldest liberation movement in Africa.
In explaining the themes and focuses for the coming year, Magashule detailed the significance of the party looking to foster “unity, renewal and reconstruction in the Year of Charlotte Maxeke.” Magashule further called on ANC supporters to work together to see the aims fulfilled. He then went on to highlight how the biggest challenge currently is the pandemic, and added that working towards the aforementioned aims will help in encouraging camaraderie.
However, throughout the thread that was shared, he did not touch on the matters of public interest, including the resolution on leaders implicated in corruption stepping down.
See the post below.
— African National Congress #ANC109 (@MYANC) January 20, 2021