EAST LONDON - On Friday night, the newly elected ANC leadership breaks bread together ahead of the party's annual January 8 policy statement.
The governing party has been on the road, celebrating the organisation's 106th anniversary this past week.
Political satirist Chester Missing went for a walk outside the venue of the ANC’s 106th-anniversary celebrations to see what’s up for sale.
Missing says he can’t afford to sponsor a table at the celebration dinner because he can’t afford the R250,000 price tag, saying it costs as much as one of Bheki Cele’s hats.
Interrogating the issue of state capture, Missing told ANC MP Mondli Gungubele he smells something fishy…