The Deputy president of the African National Congress and republic of South Africa David Mabuza was delivering a keynote address at the memorial lecture of African National Congress stalwart Peter Mokaba in Polokwane, yesterday on the 30th of June 2022.
Deputy President David Mabuza was delivering this keynote address while there are just only few months left for African National Congress to host its elective national conference which is set to take place in December 2022.
This is were the deputy president of the Republic of South Africa and African National Congress David Mabuza touched so many aspects of the party, including the slates which people have now for the leadership they want in December 2022.
Mabuza said that there are two demons at the party. He said that the only two "demons" that have derailed the ANC are factionalism and corruption.
He says factionalism and fighting for positions are because if one is elected a branch chairperson stands a chance to become a ward councilor Peter Mokaba.
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