ANC announces new leadership within party committes
PRETORIA - The African National Congress’ national executive committee (NEC) has finalised appointments for its leaders, with former spokesperson Zizi Kodwa now responsible for monitoring and evaluation in the office of the President and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma now chairing the subcommittee on education and health.
The party held its NEC meeting in Pretoria on Sunday.
Although the country wants to know when it will have a deputy president and when President Cyril Ramaphosa will make changes to his Cabinet, the party’s highest decision-making body discussed the appointments of its leaders in the organisation.
Kodwa will now work full time at Luthuli house in the office of the President.
“Comrade Kodwa is going to deal with monitoring and evaluation because we have decided that we need to be evaluating our resolutions.”
Former KwaZulu-Natal Chair Senzo Mchunu will also be full time-as head of organizing, together with ANC North West secretary Dakota Legoete.
“They are constitutional: Barbara [Creecy]: constitutional and legal affairs: comrade Zweli Mkhize; information & publicity: comrade Nkenke; comrade Nkosazana will chair education, health, science & technology; and comrade Enoch will continue chairing economic transformation; Lindiwe Zulu: international relations.
The party says it also discussed its strategy for the 2019 elections, saying that’s where it’s main focus will be from now on.
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