Late on Thursday evening, 21 October, the former South African President, Thabo Mbeki appeared at Emoyeni Conference Centre for the engagement with business and professionals. The former South African stateman, Thabo Mbeki talked about many issues that are prevalent in South Africa. And as expected, Thabo Mbeki also managed to talk about the upcoming local government elections and the service delivery that the communities of South Africa have been yearning for years.
However, what seemed to have stood out during the his address at Emoyeni Conference, is when he (Thabo Mbeki) highlighted the fact that the ANC is too big to fail. The likes of Fikile Mbalula have even quoted what Thabo Mbeki has about the ANC being to big to fail.
On his official Twitter account, Fikile Mbalula quoted what Thabo Mbeki has pointed.
And Thabo Mbeki is quoted to have said that " The ANC is too big to fail, and if it fails, the country will collapse. Hence it is very important to make sure that all these commitments are implemented"
It is worth stating here that the ANC which is the current ruling party has been in government over 27 years now. Many South African people are well aware of the fact that the ANC became the ruling party after the historic 1994 elections, which saw South Africa becoming a fully fledged democratic state.
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