File: Deputy President David Mabuza and ANCYL President Collen Maine will no longer address the league's 74th anniversary rally in Mpumalanga.
JOHANNESBURG - The ANC is facing the fallout from several corruption scandals.
But it is not just at national level.
A new poll explored voter sentiment in Mpumalanga, with many people saying corruption is plaguing the province. e.tv commissioned the survey, conducted by MarkData.
Researchers interviewed more than 200 ANC voters during September and October.
One of the questions dealt with President Jacob Zuma&39;s relationship with the Gupta family, with 61 percent of ANC voters saying it us a corrupt relationship.
While Zuma is no stranger to controversy, the survey also points to frustration at a provincial level.
Nearly 80 percent of those survey said the province is not doing well when it comes to fighting corruption. Just 13 percent think it has done a good job.
The auditor-general has also raised concerns.
This year, less than a third of Mpumalanga&39;s departments received clean audits without any findings.
The AG&39;s report did not mince words: it said provincial leaders are dragging their feet when it comes to financial management.
Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza has not endorsed a presidential candidate yet, but he has been linked to the so-called Premier League, a group of politicians close to President Zuma.
Whatever Mabuza decides, voters in this province are making one thing clear: corruption is hitting too close to home.