Thabo Mbeki started to campaign for the ANC after President Ramaphosa was contesting to become the president of the Republic of South Africa in 2019 . Mbeki said he was not campaigning for the ANC in other years when Zuma was president because there was no good story to tell .
Mbeki today conceded that over the years the quality of membership of the ANC has degenerated and its a problem the leadership has recognized. “In 1997 Mahikeng conference former President Mandela raised these issues” he said .
Mbeki added by saying that the ANC is too big to fail and if it fails this country will collapse. We must hold the ANC to its commitments. If doesn't happen South Africa is dead.
Ramaphosa said he is looking forward for ANC to reclaim all the metros it lost in 2016 under Zuma . Mbeki other campaigning will be published soon .
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