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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 ANC has reformed the country's governing institutions and has set the basis for the participation of all South Africans in the political life of the country, despite its inexperience in public administration and government.
There is little doubt that the ANC was the "least worst" option, at least among the parties with any real prospects, since the South African Communist Party (SACP), the only "left" party with a large membership, continued to run candidates under the ANC banner.
In what appears to be the new face of intra-NASA wars, an ANC parliamentary group and NEC meeting put two of its members on notice for being used, by among others, Raila Odinga's ODM.
Ramaphosa, speaking in a television interview broadcast Sunday by Johannesburg-based eNCA, said the ANC has to be careful about deciding on Zuma's future as the nation's leader before he is due to step down in 2019 when general elections are scheduled, calling it a "very delicate matter.
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The election is perhaps the most pivotal moment for the ANC in its 23 years of power.
In reality, this is the year when the ANC will experience its worst factionalism, and when it will, once again, fracture, sowing the seeds of another split: all of which is good for the opposition as the next general election draws nearer, but bad for the economy, which is stuck in a recession.
The violence spread overnight from the townships and started after a member of the ANC was shot dead on Sunday as factions clashed at a meeting in Pretoria to decide on the candidates for mayor of Tshwane municipality where Pretoria is located.
Results: Household wealth, education, health condition, age at first marriage, number of children and spouse violence justification were found to be significantly associated with ANC coverage.
The second chapter moves focus to the history of the ANC archives, which were themselves exiled until the 1990s.
The United Nations monitor the progress of this MDG by measuring the proportion of births attended by a skilled provider and the proportion of pregnant women who had any or at least four ANC visits during their last pregnancy (1, 2).
STEPHEN ELLIS, External Mission: the ANC in exile, 1960-1990.