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MKMVA holds first extended NEC meeting since passing of Maphatsoe

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Niehaus has issued a statement on the MKMVA’s extended NEC meeting, noting the need to honour Maphatsoe’s wishes of an MK unity conference and welcomed Zuma’s medical parole.

uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) veteran, Carl Niehaus issued a statement on Wednesday, 8 September 2021, on the uMkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association’s (MKMVA) first extended National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting, and the decisions taken since the passing of the late president of the organisation, Kebby Maphatsoe. The MKMVA NEC confirmed that it has appointed deputy president of the association, Taylor Nsimbini as the acting president, in line with the Constitution of the MKMVA.

It was also noted in the NEC meeting that the association has a duty to fulfil the last wishes of its late president, which is to make sure that the MK unity conference is held as soon as possible. The MKMVA NEC further expressed its gratitude at the granting of the medical parole release for Jacob Zuma, wishing him the best in his recuperation and reiterating its strongly held conviction that his political imprisonment, according to the MKMVA, was illegal.

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