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No amount of grandstanding at the Apartheid Museum can whitewash the DA's ingrained racist nature

20 January 2016

True to the low on content and high on grandstanding vacuous leadership style of DA Leader Mmusi Maimane we were confronted yesterday with the unseemly spectacle of him abusing the holy ground of the Apartheid Museum to present a hollow so-called anti-racism pledge for the DA. | Read More |

Dali Mpofu walks left and talk right and suffers from economic fetishism so is EFF

19 January 2016

As the African National Congress Youth League(ANCYL), we have maintained that Dali Mpofu, cannot be trusted with the revolution as he prey on anything that bring him money. | Read More |

PYA calls for Back to School

14 January 2016

We have convened this media briefing to brief the media and the public about our Right To Learn Campaign (RTLC), as we have done for over 15 years now. The Progressive Youth Alliance (SASCO, YCLSA and ANCYL) calls upon all students in South African universities, to be vigilant, conscious and honest on the #feesmustfall campaign. It is common knowledge that the work of government to deliver free education cannot be an overnight project. As organisations who have been involved in students' and youth struggles for many years, including campaigning for free education, we understand this better than those whose call for #feesmustfall as a newly found populist pastime. | Read More |

ANC Youth League condemns Barclays Bank and Goldman Sachs for weakening the Rand

12 January 2016

The ANC Youth League notes with great concern the drop in the value of the Rand to an all-time of just below R 18.00 to the US Dollar. This is a very crucial issue in our country especially for the poor. The drop in the Rand makes it more expensive for South Africa to buy imported products. The current market system of the country dictates that the increased costs of buying imported products must be passed to the consumer who uses these products. Therefore, those most affected are the end users of imported products - that is us, the general public. | Read More |