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MK party hails electoral; court victory as a step towards resetting SA’s agenda

MK PARTY HAILS ELECTORAL COURT VICTORY AS A STEP TOWARDS RESETTING SA’S AGENDA

uMkhonto weSizwe Party is celebrating its landmark victory at the Electoral Court, describing the feat as a chance for South Africa to return to former President Jacob Zuma’s radical transformation agenda.

Yesterday, the court set aside the Independent Electoral Commission’s (IEC) decision to bar Zuma from running for public office in the May 29 provincial and national elections.

Party spokesperson, Nhlamulo Ndlela, spoke to YNews soon after the historic win.

He says it marks the party’s continuation of its march to a two-thirds majority, which will usher Zuma back to Mahlamba Ndlopfu.

This, he says, will also allow the party to change the Constitution, which he believes is not reflective of the people of South Africa.

Ndlela also believes that “white monopoly capitalists” pushed for the former president’s recall from office because he wasn’t dancing to their tune.

The party is urging young people to rally behind it and help it shape the country’s political landscape.

The new kid on the political block says it’s different from the governing ANC as all it needs are socially conscious, patriotic South Africans – not struggle credentials.

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