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ANC

abbr.
African National Congress

ANC

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) African National Congress

ANC

or A.N.C.,

African National Congress.

anc.

ancient.

ANC

African National Congress. A political pressure group, especially in South Africa. It was banned and its leaders imprisoned 1964–90.
Translations

ANC

N ABBR =African National CongressCNA m

ANC

[ˌeɪɛnˈsiː] n abbr (=African National Congress) → ANC m

ANC

abbr of African National CongressANC m, südafrikanische nationalistische Bewegung
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The achievements of the ANC rely heavily on the commitments and contributions of the individuals and organizations that make up our community, stressed Mr.
After the ANC was banned in 1960, its resistance took on a militant character.
South African President Jacob Zuma's only public response to the turmoil in government was to concede, in the tersest of terms, that "the ANC has been shaken and is in trouble".
But since then, the ANC and Jacob Zuma's presidency in particular has lurched from crisis to crisis.
9 percent win in the 2009 elections, and is roughly in tandem with several other polls showing a majority of about 60 percent for the ANC.
The ANC fully supports Zuma to run for the presidency, Duart said at the launch of the party's Western Cape manifesto at Delft township on the outskirts of Cape Town.
As a leader in the Xhosa tribal homeland of Transkei, he made the eastern Cape Province the strongest center of ANC support in the early 1950s.
Under the ANC of President Jacob Zuma there have been advances in building houses for the poor and increased access to electricity and water.
Knoth founded the predecessor to ANC in the mid 1990s as a medical manufacturer, and sold it in 2007.
This is a far cry from the way in which the ANC was once viewed internationally and by the majority of South Africans.
Spokesman Jackson Mthembu has said all that past Presidents and families of the ANC have been invited including anti-apartheid icon and former President Nelson Mandela, who served from 1994 to 1999.
Whilst evidence suggests that access to ANC is insufficient to meet the population's need, as 26% of pregnant women in Nepal do not receive any ANC at all and, of the remainder only 29% of pregnant women receive the recommended four check-ups (Demographic and Health Survey, 2006).