Progressive ANC Voters Network

The Progressive ANC Voters Network (PAVN) is a sub-party Zackie Achmat and other card-carrying members of the African National Congress on March 28, 2007. It is meant to push for greater representation and furtherance of progressivist ideals within the party.

Criticism

The creation of the network was initially criticized by leaders of the ANC[1] and the

  • PAVN
  • YouTube channel

External links

  1. ^ 'Progressive thinkers' to get public talking, by Linda Daniels, IOL
  2. ^ Political turf war erupts within the ANC, by Linda Daniels, IOL
  3. ^ Will the real ANC please stand up?, by insidepolitics.co.za
  4. ^ letter to Mbeki and NEC
  5. ^ letter from the Office of the Secretary General

References

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