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OPINION:The ship of ANC is sinking to destruction. SANs are tired of their regime.

ANC's top officials care only about gaining power for themselves.They don't think about the masses. They only care about themselves.

Many of the ANC's leaders, according to former president Thabo Mbeki, are still just concerned in gaining access to prominent positions, which puts the party in danger. After the fall of apartheid, many ANC leaders became instant millionaires. In spite of widespread awareness of Eskom and the housing shortage, the ANC government did nothing to address the problems. Under ANC leadership, the only thing to flourish was the salaries of ministers and the president, but poverty flourished as well. If he didn't need a third term in 2007, why did he desire one? Can we not share in what he has just realized? Wow, such a strange coincidence. Mbeki, who likes to think of himself as intelligent,. Since he was aware of IMIGODOYI's opinion of Zuma, Ice, and Lindiwe's abilities, this is likely why he sought a third term. The ANC will never be the same without Thabo Mbeki, Without Mbeki, the ANC is condemned to fail, but without Mbeki and the ANC, South Africa is poised for growth, according to your assessment. I'm confused by your question because Mbeki is no longer president of the African National Congress (ANC) or South Africa, yet it's true that South Africa was a progressive nation throughout his tenure. Prior to the court ordering Mbeki to grasp the need of abandoning his phony science, most individuals living with HIV died of AIDS as a result of his backwards views of anti-HIV treatment.

After preventing people like ACE Magashule from becoming Premiers, he saw in 2005 that Jacob Zuma would be a disaster and removed him from his cabinet. A simple glance at the ANC's electoral support is enough to convince anyone that the party deserves to lead South Africa into the future. Some of us started following ANC in the early 1990s, and we all started attending conferences in the late 1990s and early 2000s, but we didn't learn about them until 2007. By the time of the Stellenbosch conference in 2002, we realized that the ANC needed to shift gears, and by 2007 those threats had coalesced around JZ. The rest, as they say, is history. As far as I'm concerned, the ANC's future was sealed when they knowingly elected an ethically tainted Zuma (who was cleared from a rape case on a technicality). To put it bluntly, it's a morally corrupt political party with deep roots in prebendalism. Absolutely, there is no justification for those who conspired against reason and logic to bring Hitler back when it is now obvious that he would only put us back. In fact, ever since then, they have been dealing with the unavoidable while keeping up their false hopes, which will only grow over the course of the next five years.


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