Who to watch at #ANCpolicy – Jeff Radebe

2012-06-25 14:08

Justice Minister and ANC policy head Jeff Radebe is seen as Zuma’s lieutenant on the policy and legal side, but has done a less-than-stellar job on both.

Policy proposals like the much-vaunted second transition and nationalisation is set to divide the policy conference.

Fortunately for him, his job will be mostly to ensure Gallagher does not descend into chaos as it did in Durban during the National General Council. And this time there will be no Julius Malema to make his life difficult.

» Follow our on-day coverage of the ANC policy conference at www.citypress.co.za/Politics

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