PAC ready for its national elective congress: Mzwanele Nyhontso

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The President of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania, Mzwanele Nyhontso, has expressed optimism about their National Elective Congress to be held in Seshego, Polokwane from Friday until Sunday.

The three-day Congress comes after a long legal dispute over the leadership of the PAC that was eventually resolved last year.

PAC leader Nyhontso and his deputy Lunga Mantashe will go head-to-head for the President position at the congress.

Nyhontso says they are well prepared for this congress.

“Remember this elective congress is called by the Constitution because the time has come for an end of the term of the leadership. PAC problems have been resolved. Out of this congress, comes a better organisation once more.”

“The PAC is still as relevant as it was in 1965 and land is the basis of what the PAC stands for. Land is the core business and the idea is to get back the land to its rightful owners,” adds Nyhontso.