The Gauteng Umkhonto we Sizwe Navy Veterans Affiliation (MKMVA) will on Monday march to the ANC headquarters and the workplace of premier David Makhura to “defend” the structure and spotlight the plight of the poor.
“We have now taken a choice that our comrades within the ANC management and authorities should act on the elemental ideas of our battle for justice and freedom, or they may face the complete uncompromising wrath of the plenty,” the MKMVA mentioned.
The MKMVA marchers will probably be joined by members of the SA Nationwide Civics Organisation (Sanco), Congress of SA College students (Cosas), and the SA Nationwide Cargo Transport and Drivers Affiliation (Sancatdra).
“We embark on this motion as disciplined revolutionaries whose goals are to deliver to the eye of comrades within the ANC and authorities that we now have reached our absolute restrict of tolerance for his or her rampant betrayal of our battle, the poor and oppressed black (particularly African) majority,” mentioned the MKMVA.
The affiliation mentioned it was saddened the ANC had diverted from the target of the liberation battle, which was to liberate individuals of SA.
“We have now accomplished all the things in our energy to boost these points with the management. We have now accomplished so in marches and letters of demand. We have now recorded the unhappiness of how our members — the heroes and heroines, the martyrs who gave their lives for our freedom — are forgotten and handled like beggars on this democratic society, whereas defenders of apartheid, like former apartheid president FW de Klerk and others who dedicated crimes in opposition to humanity, are handled with dignity.