ANC’s Nomvula Mokonyane says her party is not threaten by the election results

ANC deputy secretary-general Nomvula Mokonyane stated that her party is not threatened by the election results. She emphasized that the ANC is prepared to take up the opposition seat if necessary.

“We must respect the voice of the South Africans, and therefore those who have been elected by the South Africans will be invited by the ANC and will be based on principles failing which we will humble ourselves and sit on the opposition,” she said. Mokonyane was speaking to Sowetan LIVE at the IEC Results Operational Centre in Midrand on Thursday.

Mokonyane stated that the ANC’s principles focus on accelerating the South African economy, providing basic services to the vulnerable, creating job opportunities, and offering better healthcare.

She expressed confidence that the ANC will regain the majority of seats in parliament. “While others had wished to see us outside of determining the future of South Africans, the people of South Africa have given us a chance. We need to come back and reclaim our space, not arrogantly, but in terms of accelerating change at a faster pace,” Mokonyane said.

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