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The ANC will never die, it has the power and capacity to self-correct, Mabuza says

ANC deputy president David Mabuza addressed the crowd at Mankweng Cemetery in Limpopo at a wreath-laying ceremony for the late ANC Youth League president Peter Mokaba.
Mabuza reiterated the words of the province's premier Stanley Mathabatha that it is not the party that is corrupt, but individuals within the party who are.
“We will correct ourself and get rid of unwanted elements," Mabuza said.

The land of our forebears will be returned to the people of our country, says Ramaphosa

ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa is in Limpopo gearing up for the ANC January 8th statement on Saturday.
Other ANC leadership figures, including deputy president David Mabuza, chairperson Gwede Mantashe and treasurer-general Paul Mashatile are also in the province garnering support for the ANC's 110th birthday celebrations.
Ramaphosa says he is determined that the land will be returned to the people of the country.

Australians' distaste at ‘Novax’ Djokovic’s jab exemption puts pressure on authorities

Australians on Wednesday said they were unhappy with the decision to grant world No 1 men's tennis player Novak Djokovic medical exemption from Covid-19 vaccination to enter the country and play in the Australian Open Grand Slam tournament.
“I think it's a disgrace. We've all done the right thing, we've all gone out and got our jabs and our boosters and we have someone that's come from overseas and all of a sudden he's been exempt and can play,” said Melbourne local Christine Wharton.
On Thursday, the government reportedly cancelled Djokovic's visa to pacify public anger over the decision to give him medical exemption from vaccination.

'We don't see your Thuma Mina here' clergy tell Ramaphosa in Makopane

The ANC is not getting any prayers from the clergy in Mokopane, Limpopo ahead of its birthday celebration but rather a strong dose of the "shame" that its governance has subjected South Africans to.
Religious leaders on Thursday greeted President Cyril Ramaphosa with fierce criticism of the ANC as an organisation and its governance under his leadership.

Re-emergence of fire in the national assembly building

The Presiding Officers of Parliament have noted with distress yet another flare up of flames on the roof of the National Assembly Building in Cape Town. The almost two-day brave and courageous battle by firefighters against the flames that gutted various buildings of Parliament suffered a set-back when flames suddenly flared up from the roof of the Building this afternoon.

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