Mokonyane was the main speaker at an ANCYL event for the second time in a week. On Tuesday, she led another rally in honour of Zuma in the face of the uproar he faced.
And in Mamelodi, this time on invitation by the ANCYL Tshwane region, the Water and Sanitation Minister said only the ANC could lead South Africa out of the challenges the country was facing.
“The challenges are not man-made. They are challenges that are a reality of globalisation. What we need is a united ANC speaking in one voice,” Mokonyane said from the gravesite of Solomon Mahlangu in Mamelodi.
The gathering was hosted by the ANCYL and the Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu Foundation to commemorate the execution of the Struggle icon.
Last Thursday, on the anniversary of Mahlangu’s execution, the family went to the gallows where he was hanged in the Kgosi Mampuru II Correctional Centre before visiting his grave, concluding with a lecture in his honour.
Mokonyane said the Mahlangu family, who had never asked anything from the ANC, showed that there was no one bigger than the party.