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President’s brief profile:
Langa Lebenya Ndlovu was born on the 30thof January1946 in Mt Fletcher. He is famously known as the “ideologist” by those who know him in politics. He joined South African politics at the age of 14 and joined Pan
Africanist Congress of Azania in 1960 in Cape Town. After the Sharpville and Langa killings the organisation was banned and they had to operate underground. Throughout his student life he became more active in politics in high school and university, he was arrested in several occasions and was never convicted.
He is the former University of the North Educational Psychology lecturer, Circuit Inspector (EDO and Area Manager), Chairperson of Principals Organisation (Matatiele district), Branch President of Transkei Teachers Association, President of Mt Fletcher’s Teachers Burial Association. He dedicated his life in teaching and in South African politics during the liberation struggle. He is currently the Provincial Treasurer of Nafcoc (Eastern Cape) Provincial Treasurer of Mbiasa (Eastern Cape), Joe Gqabi District President of Nafcoc Joe Gqabi District and Preacher and Sub- Deacon of Anglican Church. While he was a teacher, he continued more seriously as political activist underground and during the school holidays he visited his comrades in Zimbabwe and Tanzania.
After 1994 he joined African National Congress (ANC) where he occupied a position of chairperson and secretary of the ANC branch and secretary of South African Communist Party (Branch Level) and an ordinary member of the Ukhahlamba District Region and became an ANC ward counsellor at Ulundi Municipality for one term.
Throughout his lifetime in politics with PAC and SACP he supported socialism. In August 2011 he realised that socialism is no answer to the South African economic conditions. He then met with some individuals from Alfred Nzo Joe Gqabi, O.R Tambo and Chris Hani Districts and decided to form a new political organization the African National Party (ANP) to fight socialism which he felt would bring instability and war in South Africa, he was then elected president at a meeting in Umtata.
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