ANC Free State News

CDE NKOSAZANA DLAMINI-ZUMA TO ADDRESS THE ANCWL WOMEN'S MONTH PROGRAM IN FREE STATE

The African National Congress Women's League (ANCWL) will commence it's women's month program at Welkom, Free State tomorrow. The purpose of the Free State visit is to engage some victims of gender based violence and to address women from various sectors on women emancipation. 
 

AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS FREE STATE PROVINCIAL GENERAL COUNCIL 17 to 18 JUNE 2017 - BLOEMFONTEIN SHOWGROUNDS

The ANC Free State convened its Provincial General Council from 17-18 June 2017 at Bloemfontein Showgrounds under the theme: "Deepening Unity in the year of OR Tambo". The general council acts as platform for branches from the Free State to consolidate inputs and policy positions towards the 5th National Policy Conference taking place from 30 June - 5 July 2017.

Free State Provincial General Council (PGC)

Provincial Executive of the ANC has resolved to convene the PGC on the 17th and 18th June 2017 at Bloemfontein Showgrounds at  09:00.
The PGC will be attended by 2 delegates from 319 branches across the Province; ANC Youth League & Women's League, Provincial Executive Committee, Regional Executive Committees, the ANC Veterans League, the Alliance components, all ANC deployees in Government; Civil Society Organizations across the length and breadth of the Province.

ANC LEADERSHIP OFFICIALLY RE-OPENS THE STATE OF THE ART BATHO CLINIC

ANC Free State re-opens Batho Clinic for 24 hours: Operationalizing the Ideal Clinics Model In line with the Ideal Clinics Model, the Free State re-opened the Batho Clinic which will ooerate for 24 hours in order to serve the communities more optimally.

Led by Premier Ace Magashule, the Free State Provicial Government was joined by representatives from the Free State Legislature, Mangaung Metro Municipality, social partners and members of the community  in the re-opening that happened today.

LESOTHO GENERAL ELECTIONS

The ANC in Mangaung Region wish to congratulate people of Lesotho on their peaceful and democratic elections. We hope the past elections will be used by elected leadership as an opportunity to unite people of Lesotho across political lines. The elections always demonstrate the will of the people and it’s only through this democratic process that we will be able to ensure that there is peace in Africa and Africa and SADC in particular work in an integrated manner to uplift each state politically, socially and economically.

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