Voter Scepticism, Party Division 'Destroying' South Africa's ANC?
As the ruling African National Congress (ANC) approaches its 54th national elective conference in December, the process of choosing the party's next leader runs as much risk of dividing the liberation movement as uniting it, writes Susan Booysen for The Conversation. This comes as King Goodwill Zwelithini called on the ANC examine itself and address the party's internal division.
The Conversation Africa, 24 September 2017
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