Party abbreviation: ATM In the 2019 Elections, the African Transformation Movement (ATM) will be contesting seats in both the National and Provincial elections, in all nine provinces. ATM was founded in October 2018 by Vuyolwethu Zungula, who is listed as the leader of the party. Election manifesto: www.dropbox.com/s/s99xy00brqgcxah/ATM%20Manifesto%20%281%29.pdf?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR0luIDA-N4qM_CqcMzLkox2QFLEv7C-VwS4-HiQdeTGqXBZZhmx1II9cpk WATCH ATM MANIFESTO BELOW: The ATM formed […]
President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged South Africans to welcome and embrace foreign nationals from the continent as the country moves to be part of a pact to enable free movement of people and encourage trade and investment after signing a protocol at the African Union summit in Kigali, Rwanda.
During the Cold War, a new profession emerged – “Kremlinologists”, a hodge-podge of academics, journalists, other scoundrels, and commentators, who would study every minute detail of the behaviour of Soviet Union leaders when they were in public.
The African National Congress’s National Conference has a rich history with its roots stemming in 1912. In March 1913, The South African Native National Convention (SANNC) who would later be renamed the ANC, met for its first inaugral annual conference with approximately 106 delegates. Fast forward to 2017, the ANC has a whopping 4776 […]
The African Transformation Movement (ATM) is calling for the reinstatement of capital punishment. The escalation of gender- based violence in the country has strengthened the party’s stance on the issue.
The African Transformation Movement (ATM) says it is determined to reverse service delivery challenges in the distressed Maluti-a-Phofung Municipality in the Free State.
New players in the political space, and Parliament’s new kids on the block, GOOD and African Transformation Movement (ATM) have strong expectations of President Ramaphosa’s administration.
Political analyst Ralph Mathekga says if the African National Congress can prove that its Secretary General Ace Magashule formed the African Transformation Movement (ATM) they can remove him.
Unconfirmed reports suggest that former president Kgalema Motlanthe will lead an investigation into African National Congress Secretary General Ace Magashule’s alleged role in the formation of the political party, the African Transformation Movement, ATM.
African Transformation Movement (ATM) has pulled out of its decision to challenge the result of the 2019 National and Provincial election.