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ANC Prefers GNU | Malema Rejects Proposal

The ANC is seeking a broad-based government of national unity over an exclusive coalition agreement

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ANC Prefers GNU | Malema Rejects Proposal

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared that his African National Congress (ANC) party will pursue the formation of a government of national unity, a move aimed at reflecting the electorate’s desires and propelling the nation forward.

Ramaphosa made this significant announcement late Thursday following a lengthy meeting of the ANC’s National Executive Committee (NEC) in Johannesburg. During this session, party leaders deliberated on strategies for the post-election landscape.

Despite retaining its position as the largest party, the ANC can no longer govern alone. ANC Secretary-General Fikile Mbalula shared earlier on Thursday that it is time for clear-head thinking.

However, left-leaning parties EFF and MK are refusing to play ball. The EFF leader Julius Malema came out rejecting the proposed GNU while reports say the Jacob Zuma led uMkhonto weSizwe were not talking to the ANC. Some of the ANC top officials like Lindiwe Sisulu have come out against any coalition that involves the Democratic Alliance (DA) calling such a coalition a betrayal of the people of South Africa.

ANC Prefers GNU | Malema Rejects Proposal

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As part of its Pride Month celebrations, the US Embassy in Zimbabwe disclosed that they have invested US$8 million through the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), a US government program supporting those affected by HIV/AIDS globally.

Pride Month, typically celebrated in June, is dedicated to honouring and commemorating LGBTQI+ pride.

In a post on their X (formerly Twitter) account, the US Embassy in Zimbabwe announced that they have invested US$8 million in key communities across the country. The embassy emphasized that this investment highlights their commitment to supporting the LGBTQI+ community in Zimbabwe.

“After 40 years of HIV/AIDS, stigma and discrimination remain obstacles to further progress. @PEPFAR’s $8 million investment in key Zimbabwean communities this year underscores our commitment to the LGBTQI+ community in all health programs. #Pride2024”


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