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ANC yatimiza miaka 100 kwa sherehe...je mkuu wa kaya amealikwa?

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  1. Ab-Titchaz

    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    ANC at 100: South Africa celebrations begin with golf


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    Celebrations to mark the centenary of South Africa's ruling African National Congress have begun with a golf tournament.

    More than 100,000 people are expected over the weekend in the central city of Bloemfontein.

    Other events include a candle-lit vigil at the church where the ANC was formed and a major political rally on Sunday, the 100th anniversary.

    The ANC was founded to fight white minority rule, which ended in 1994.

    It is Africa's oldest liberation movement.

    ANC party secretary general Gwede Mantashe says Nelson Mandela, who led the party to power after the end of apartheid, will not be attending the ANC celebrations. The 93 year old has not attended any public engagements since the start of the 2010 World Cup.

    "He is not coming and we are not expecting him to come," Mr Gwede told public radio SABC. "He is in good spirits but very, very old."

    Andrew Mlangeni, who joined the party in 1951 and spent years in prison on Robben Island, took the opening golf shot.
    ANC chairman Baleka Mbete has hit back at claims that opening the celebrations with a golf tournament is a sign of growing elitism in the ruling party.

    "The ANC is a grassroots organisation and will always remain so," she told the South African Press Association.

    "If you look around at the activities all over Bloemfontein, you will see that everything is being planned for the grassroot peoples... all our members are out there setting up the stadium and talking to the grassroots," she said.

    However, the BBC's Nomsa Maseko in Bloemfontein says the ANC's reputation is being tarnished by corruption scandals, political infighting and reports of officials leading flashy lifestyles - and many South Africans believe the party has not done enough to improve the lives of the poor.

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    atajialika..
     
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    Is this the future of ANC?....:A S-coffee:


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    Waziri mkuu wa Kenya Mhe. Raila Odinga kaalikwa na mshkaji wake Rais Jacob Zuma....


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    bonge la cheko kumbe wanajuana bana
     
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    Travel to Africa as The African National Congress (ANC) turns 100 this weekend. You will learn about the political history of Africa, the apertheid experience in South Africa. Mean while massive centennial Celebrations are planned. The festivities will be held in Bloemfontein, where the South African Native National Congress (SANNC) was founded on January 8, 1912. In 1923, the party was renamed the African National Congress.


    The city is the perfect place to celebrate the history of politics in South Africa, said Louwna Erasmus, editor of the local newspaper the Bloemfontein Courant, to South Africa's The Star newspaper.


    “The ANC started here, and so did the National Party. So Bloemfontein is an important part of the history of South Africa,”
     
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    Geza Ulole JF-Expert Member

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    nani anamjua mzee wa kuchekacheka?
     
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    Jamani, si ataalikwa kwenda kuimba?
     
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    Huihui2 JF-Expert Member

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    Hata asipoalikwa, atatia timu tu. Jamaa kwa ku gate crash haimsumbui kabisa na wala hana mshipa wa aibu
     
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    Mugabe hatakuwepo kwenye shamrashamra!

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe will miss this weekend's celebration of the centenary of South Africa's ruling African National Congress because he is on leave in the Far East, the state-owned Herald newspaper reported, citing George Charamba, Mugabe's spokesman.

    Mugabe's deputy, Joice Mujuru, will represent him at the event in Mangaung, in South Africa's central Free State Province, the Harare-based newspaper said. The ANC had previously said Mugabe would attend.

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    [h=1]ANC centenary bash draws international crowd[/h] [h=2]JANICE ROBERTS | JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - Jan 04 2012 18:04[/h] The ANC has confirmed that a total of 46 sitting heads of state will attend its weekend centenary celebrations in Mangaung in the Free State.

    Former heads of state attending the gathering were named as Jerry Rawlings from Ghana, Sam Nujoma from Namibia, Kenneth Kaunda from Zambia and Joachim Chissano from Mozambique.

    "We also have confirmation from 80 fraternal parties in the like of the MPLA, Swapo, Frelimo, PAIGC, the Norwegian Labour Party, Communist Party of Cuba, the German Social Democratic Party and the National Congress of India."

    The party said it had 50 participants from anti-apartheid movements from all over the world including the family of the late Father Trevor Huddleston and eminent persons such as Reverend Jesse Jackson.

    All South African political parties were invited, some of whom had confirmed including the Inkatha Freedom Party, Congress of the People, APC, United Democratic Movement and the Democratic Alliance, the traditional healers organisations, religious and traditional leaders, organisations of civil society and individuals of good standing in society.

    "Our celebrations will also be graced by the presence of the nine recognised kings, who are: King Goodwill Zwelithini, Ingwenyama Enock Makhosonke Mabena, Ingwenyama Mbusi Mahlangu, King Lekunutu Cavandish Mota and King Buyelekhaya Zwelibanzi Dalindyebo, among others.

    "We will also be graced with the presence of His Majesty Otumfo Ose II, the Asante Hene of the Ashante people of Ghana," the ANC said.

    From the clergy and religious leaders, the ANC confirmed the attendance of the Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and representatives from NICSA, which included major faith based organisations, such as the South African Council of Churches and All Africa Conference of Churches. -- I-Net Bridge

    Follow the Mail & Guardian's coverage of the ANC's 100th anniversary.
     
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    Tens of thousands of people have gathered in the South African city of Bloemfontein to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the African National Congress



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    The crowd was addressed by the South African President and leader of the ANC, Jacob Zuma.



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    A centenary flame, lit at midnight by Jacob Zuma, was taken to the rally.



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    Pascal Mayalla JF-Expert Member

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    Chama ANC jana kimefanya sherehe kubwa ya kutimiza miaka 100 huko mji wa Bluefontain nchini Afrika Kusini.

    Katika hotuba yake Jacob Zuma aliishukuru Tanzania as a second home to ANC. Pia walimshukuru Baba wa Taifa Mwalimu Nyerere na Chama cha Mapinduzi CCM kama chama rafiki!.
    Source: Amka na BBC (Swahili)

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    Kitendo tuu cha jina la nchi yetu kutajwa kwenye high profile event kama ile ni plus kwa nchi yetu. Kumtaja na kumshukuru Baba wa Taifa ni good sign of appreciation ila kuitaja CCM, Chama cha Mapinduzi kumeniamsha nijiulize hivi hii CCM ambayo ni Chama Cha Mapinduzi, hivi kiukweli bila kutia chumvi hivi CCM ni chama cha mapinduzi yepi?. Kimefanya ninikustahili kuitwa Chama cha Mapinduzi au ni jina tuu?.
     
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