The South African National Civics Organisation launched Khuluma Mhlali at the Kamhlushwa on Sunday, January 7.
The national and provincial structures of the civic organisation officially launched the “Khuluma Mhlali.” It seeks to give a voice to local communities on matters pertaining to service delivery throughout the country.
“Khuluma Mhlali” also seeks to support the ANC in its quest to claim victory for the forthcoming national and provincial elections later in the year on a date still to be declared.
SANCO provincial chairperson, Vusi Shongwe, did not mince his words as he said: “As SANCO, we are the voices of our communities, who are putting pressure on the ANC to deliver on its promises. At the same time, we are giving communities to voice out their grievances. As SANCO, we will ensure these matters are addressed, in turn, we will reward the ANC the people’s vote to regain its absolute 65% majority.”
“The warring parties ganging up against the ANC in the forthcoming elections, will eat humble pie as we galvanise full support for the organisation, come the elections,” pronounced Shongwe.
The gathering at the capacity filled venue, was also addressed by the national SANCO leadership, Linda Dhlamini, Mike Soko and Richard Hlophe; ANC’s first Deputy Secretary, and Nomvula Mokonyane.