ANC Women’s League member Nomvula Mokonyane says the struggle to have an ANC woman president is not over.
She was speaking at the Newclare Cemetery in Johannesburg at a commemoration of the women who marched to Pretoria against the pass laws in 1956.
“The struggle to have the ANC lead by a woman is not over, it is a principal, a principal never seizes to exist,” she said.
“So not only in the ANC but the reality is what you find in the ANC is what comes from society so we must have a society that has come to terms with the fact that women can be in a leadership position and women are capable just as any other person is capable.”
Meanwhile, Mokonyane has condemned a burglary at ANC Deputy Secretary-General Jessie Duarte’s home.
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