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ANC Pixley ka Seme region backs Saul and Ngxanga for re-election

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The region is united and is ready for the provincial conference, says spokesperson after conclusion of regional conference

Zamani Saul and Deshi Ngxanga

THE ANC in the Pixley ka Seme region will be supporting ANC provincial chairperson Dr Zamani Saul and ANC provincial secretary Deshi Ngxanga for re-election at the upcoming ANC provincial conference.

Pixley ka Seme held its regional conference over the weekend, where it retained its regional chairperson, Khathazile Tolong, and regional treasurer, Brenda Mpamba.

ANC Pixley ka Seme regional spokesperson Amanda Penxa said the majority of branches in the region wanted Saul and Ngxanga to serve another term, as they were “confident” in the current provincial leadership.

“The region is united and is ready for the provincial conference where delegates have already been nominated to attend,” said Penxa.

“The regional conference that concluded on Saturday afternoon was peaceful and without any acts of violence.”

She indicated that while regional executive committees (REC) were typically male dominated, the Pixley ka Seme region had two female leaders – the deputy regional secretary, Lorraine Senye, and the regional treasurer, Brenda Mpamba.

“The regional leadership and additional members consist of youthful members who will attract more youths to vote in the local government elections in October. The REC is made up of new faces and existing leaders that will assist in maintaining stability in the region. There is also a 50 percent representation of women on the REC.”

The newly elected regional executive committee of the ANC Pixley ka Seme region

Regional chairperson – Khathazile Tolong

Deputy regional chairperson – Mzwandile Toto

Regional secretary – Michael Jack

Deputy regional secretary – Lorraine Senye

Regional treasurer – Brenda Mpamba

Additional Members:

1. Amanda Penxa (female)

2. Zandre Andreas (female)

3. Thembisile Msengana (male)

4. Vuyelwa Nkumbi (female)

5. Sennelo Gert (female)

6. Ragel Louw (female)

7. Hastings Nel (male)

8. Lorieka Sharon Plaatjies (female)

9. Magrieta Kock (female)

10. Raymond Motsemme (male)

11. Lulekwa Mali (female)

12. Xhanti Teki (male)

13. Martin Fillies (male)

14. Sheryl Jantjies (female)

15. Luyolo Bosman (male)

16. Sylvia Swartling (female)

17. Rhoode Itumeleng (male)

18. Thembeka Hlanjwa (female)

19. Senzo Mpalala (male)

20. Thembile Falata (male)