Hlomelang: Official Online Publication of the ANCYL
ANCYL Constitution: as amended and adopted by the 25th National Congress September 2015
Hlomelang: Vol. 13 No. 1: 25 July  07 August 2016
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ANC Youth League condemns UKZN Council and its Vice Chancellor

19 January 2017

The ANC Youth League (ANCYL) has noted with serious concern the continued victimization of black executive managers at the University of Kwazulu-Natal by the University Council in cahoots with some unions and the Vice Chancellor, Dr Albert van Jaarsveld. | Read More |

Criminal operations in the financial sector

18 January 2017

The African National Congress Youth League has noted the series of revelations about the criminal conduct of numerous financial institutions, globally and locally, that have recently dominated news headlines. | Read More |

Eskom stance is providing leadership towards Economic Freedom Now!

06 January 2017

The African National Congress Youth League has noted the current fight between Exxaro and Eskom. The ANCYL wants to encourage Eskom to continue with this progressive demand which is intended to transform our economy particularly and ensure the participation of black people in the mainstream economy. The ANCYL is of the view that Eskom should in fact demand nothing below 60/40 ownership so as to allow 40% stake of the youth. | Read More |

ANCYL statement in relation to Basic Education Matric Results of 2016

05 January 2017

The African National Congress Youth League has noted the matric results as announced by the Department of Basic Education through Minister Angie Motshekga. As the ANCYL we wish to extend our revolutionary congratulations to the class of 2016 for all the efforts they placed to ensure that they participate and pass matric. We say this against the background of a nation that is in demand of free education. The progress of matriculants clearly shows that the youth of South Africa and the society at large continues to show interest in education. | Read More |