Dlamini-Zuma’s first visit to WC ruffles feathers | Weekend Argus

Dlamini-Zuma’s first visit to WC ruffles feathers | Weekend Argus

Dlamini-Zuma’s first visit to WC ruffles feathers | Weekend Argus
Although it has yet to announce a preferred candidate, the Western Cape ANC is thought to support Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to lead the party.

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ZK Farmer-Mtshali
ZK Farmer-Mtshali 4 months ago

a powerful woman ever in SA ,men and the media run when comes closer ....powerful President

they wish they have something to say about her but none can be found to drag her in rocks ...she is power NDZ phatha mama

Vida Dormer
Vida Dormer 4 months ago

Time for the ruling party to stop this power hungry race... stop running after power... start running the country ...improving the infrastructure and development, building strong State and SOE's making money for government... employment for running infrastructure development...we need strong financially prosperous economy ....not prosperous leadership

Jaco Roets
Jaco Roets 4 months ago

Each and every candidate older than 40 is a bad choice, pick a young strong leader, who don't still hate people for what a government did more than 2 decades ago

Garth Powell
Garth Powell 4 months ago

Does it really matter ...The ANC will place whoever they want in the position ..Why do these provincial ANC officials think they really have a say ? It's a scam giving people the false hope tbat they actually have a say in party politics ..Kidding themselves

Colbert Ngetu
Colbert Ngetu 4 months ago

You will not enjoy your position of presidency, you will not command the respect of the people of South Africa as a president and you will further divide the ANC IF YOU ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE USED IN A SCAM TO FURTHER ZUMA'S CLING TO POWER ( as we pick from " green flies ".

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