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05/06/2017
THE ANCWL STATEMENT ON 5TH ANC NPC




THE ANCWL STATEMENT ON CIEX REPORT, CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES CARTEL AND SAA


The African National Women's League (ANCWL) under the leadership of President Bathabile Dlamini and her collective has been consistently calling for the implementation of radical economic transformation. Most victims of economic marginalisation are women, therefore ANCWL will not accept theorising radical economic transformation without full implementation of the program.

The Local Government Elections 2016 indicated that our people are loosing patience on theories but need pragmatists to fearlessly implement all ANC resolutions. Leaders of various Government Departments/Institutions who are charged with the responsibility of ensuring that there is economic transformation, should ensure economic freedom for our people or give way to the unapologetic pragmatists to take over.

  • CIEX Report
  • The ANCWL has submitted official communique to the State President, Parliament and Public Protector (respectively) appealing for intervention to ensure release of any report related to CIEX for South African to find closure to the matter. The ANCWL is of the view that it is in the best interest of South Africans to know the outcome of any investigation related to CIEX report. South Africans need to know on this matter which an alleged amount of over R26bn was stolen by senior politicians and their cronies. The Apartheid government and its cronies has left South Africa bankrupted and those funds have to be recovered and used for the development of the prosperous country. Also a full scale investigation onto this matter is required to ensure that all monies looted are recovered and the looters are brought to book.

  • Construction companies cartel
  • Apparently there was an agreement between entered between government and construction companies who were found guilty of corrupt tendering processes for construction of 2010 world cup stadiums. The companies have committed to collectively contribute R1.5bn to a fund earmarked for socio-economic development over a 12-year period, to either introduce an equity model whereby at least 40% of the shares will be sold to black South Africans, or a partner model whereby each company will work with up to three black-owned construction partner companies to help them generate turnover equal to 25% of its own turn over.

    The ANCWL send a communique to the State President and Parliament appealling for intervention to ensure that:

    1. On selling of 40% shares by the companies government:
    2. - Determine the price value of shares to be sold so that these companies will not collude as they are capable of, and sell the shares on exorbitant prices.
      - ensure that 50% of the 40% shares to be sold are ring-fenced for women.
      - assist with resources for acquiring of the shares.
      - enforce that implementation of this be within 5yrs.

    3. On partner model, government must:
    4. - ensure that 50% of the companies are owned by women.
      - enforce that implementation of this be within 5rys.
  • Investigation into South African Airways
    • ANCWL has submitted an official communique to the State President, Parliament and Public Protector (respectively) to use powers vested to them to investigate various disturbing allegations of corruption and anti-transformation at SAA. Any hindrances of blacks in particular women to access to procurement opportunities and senior position in SAA must be removed speedily.

      The ANCWL has confidence that the State President, Parliament and Public Protector (respectively) will give this issues the deserved attention and intervene accordingly. Those who are hell-bent in ensuring that the economy remains in the hands of a few, should not be afforded space to lead any ANC led government economic transformation program. The radical economic transformation cannot happen in theory but taking decisive steps.

      The ANCWL calls on all its members and supporters to continue rallying behind the ANCWL leadership under Cde Bathabile and collective to ensure achievement of economic emancipation for women in particular black women of South Africa.

      Issued by
      Meokgo Matuba
      Secretary General of the ANCWL

      Enquiries:
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      +27 82 652 3131

      Cde Fundi Skweyiya
      072 231 551

 


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