JOHANNESBURG - As the ANC gears up to celebrate its 107th anniversary, it’s become evident that the party’s still reeling from the aftershock of the Nasrec Conference.
The governing party has been on a quest to unite, while party President, Cyril Ramaphosa faces a push-back.
Ramaposa will deliver the party’s January 8 statement On Tuesday as the party seeks to renew its contract with South Africa in the May polls.
Former President Jacob Zuma experienced that first hand when the party resolved to recall him.
Zuma’s ally, Supra Mahumapelo also faced the axe and the North West PEC he chaired was disbanded following violent protests.
Some argued that this was a purge following Ramaphosa’s election at Nasrec.
In an election year, as ANC members get their marching orders on January 8, how do they minimise the impact on the party and the State?
eNCA’s Aldrin Sampear reports