ANCYL task team in Limpopo say ready to rebuild the organisation

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The team tasked with preparing the ANC Youth League’s provincial elective conference in Limpopo says it is ready to rebuild the league. The team’s leader, Tony Rachoene says the conference, to be held at the end of this month, will deliberate on the ANC’s provincial conference to be held in June.

All the national structures of the Youth League were led by a Task Team after they were disbanded for failing to hold a national elective conference in 2018. Rachoene says they have started the pre-registration process for the provincial conference.

“We have concluded all the five regional conferences. We are now in a stage where we are preparing for the provincial conference, that will start from the 29 to the 30th, all systems are in place. We have reached 70-percent at the province, in order for us to host our provincial conferences. As I’m speaking from today until Friday, there is pre-registration that is happening in all the regions,” says Rachoene.

Meanwhile, Lesedi Mmaphakane, the newly-elected ANCYL Secretary in the Sekhukhune region, says they have resolved to support Stanley Mathabatha for a third term as ANC provincial chairperson.

“We had our first REC meeting and we zoomed into the leadership contest of the African National Congress in the upcoming Limpopo province congress and we think comrade Stanley Chupu Mathabatha should retain the position of chairperson,” says Mmaphakane.