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ANC impressed with Premier Mahumapelo's SOPA

p>The African National Congress (ANC) in Bokone Bophirima has welcomed Premier Supra Mahumapelo's State of the Province Address (SOPA) as a clearer sign of commitment towards eradicating poverty and building a society where everyone is economically emancipated.

The ANC was reacting to Mahumapeo's SOPA, delivered at the Taung Sports Grounds last Friday (24 February). The ANC, through its Provincial Secretary Dakota Legoete, said the Bokone Bophirima Provincial Government's Five Concretes were on the right path to changing the lives of the people for the better.

"We believe that these five concretes are a commitment to eradicate poverty and build a society where every citizen is not only equal before the law, but is also economically emancipated. The speech demonstrates the commitment to fundamentally change the structure, systems, institutions and patterns of ownership, management and control of the more

Madibeng's Ward 29 ANC branch firmly behind Molefe as MP

Leaders of the African National Congress (ANC) in Ward 29 in Bokone Bophirima province have expressed happiness that their member, Brian Molefe, is now representing them as a Member of Parliament (MP) in Cape Town.

The branch leadership of Molefe's political home in the Madibeng Local Municipality briefed the media last week, in a press conference that attracted national, provincial and local media and broadcast live on two television stations.

Ward 29 branch chairperson, Bethuel Mmutle, provided evidence to journalists to prove that Molefe is indeed a member in this branch.

"We are excited, precisely because he will be the first Member of Parliament (MP) from our own ward, and we see that as a privilege and honour. We feel that at least there is someone from our own branch who is an MP. We feel that we are acknowledged. It's a privilege for us," Mmutle said.

The Ward 29 branch more