Johannesburg - Disgruntled ANC Youth League members have on Tuesday marched on the ANC's Luthuli House headquarters calling for the immediate disbandment of the ANCYL national structure, which has been in place since 2015.
The discontented members from different provinces including Limpopo, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga said the governing party's youth body was almost nonexistent under its current leadership which they accused of being old and incompetent.
They danced, burnt impepho and called on the former presidents of the ANCYL to help save the once influential organisation.
Speaking on behalf of the Limpopo ANCYL, Ngoako Selamolela said ANCYL president Collen Maine and his collective were occupying the organisation's offices illegally as their term had ended last year.
"We have no constitutional structure in place. The ANC NEC must just do the right thing of putting a task team in office because, because the office of the youth league are vacant as per the constitution," Selamolela said.