ANCYL National Congress
4-6 September 2015
Gauteng Province
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Unity in Action towards Economic Freedom in Our Lifetime: Rebuilding the ANCYL and Reshaping the Future


Statement by the ANCYL in response to Reverend Frank Chikane

07 October 2015

As we approach the National General Council, the African National Congress Youth League is encouraged by the participation of young lions in debates taking place in various structures of the ANC and in society. South Africa is what it is today because of the sacrifices of thousands of young people who took to task the reactionary apartheid regime for they understood the challenges of their society. | Read More |

African National Congress Youth League Statement

01 October 2015

The ANC Youth League has recently emerged from its congress under which unity and robust debate was the order of the day. We have been able to move with speed in our program to ensure that we build unity within the organization. We have had a successful 71stBirthday celebration program through the Month of September. We are happy with the reception we have received from Mpumalanga the Eastern Cape and Gauteng during our Birthday Month Celebration. We regrettably note the wrong media reports that insinuate the ANCYL President was booed in the Eastern Cape. We would like to clearly state that the president was not booed but in fact received a warm reception from the Youth Leaguers of Eastern Cape in O.R Tambo Region. | Read More |

Statement of the ANCYL on Heritage Day, EID & Ridiculous salary increase for Hlaudi Motsoeneng

24 September 2015

The ANC Youth League would like to joins hands in celebrating Heritage Day with all South Africans. Heritage Day is conceived out of a holiday that used to be known as Shaka Day. The ANC Youth League would like recognize the strides made by the ANC led government by transforming this day, to be the Heritage day as it is known today. The transformation of this day to be Heritage day allows all south Africans to celebrate their culture and heritage in their different ways. This day allows all south Africans to treasure our unity in Diversity. | Read More |

The ANCYL to approach press ombudsman

16 September 2015

Johannesburg- The article that appeared on the independent newspaper website is a pure distortion of facts that seeks to perpetuate an agenda against the newly elected leadership as political toddlers who do not have a grasp of the history of our struggle. We want recourse for this gross misrepresentation of facts and if that means approaching courts or ombudsman we shall do so. | Read More |