No future without ANC - Sanco

2016-05-01 13:27


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President Jacob Zuma is expected to speak at a Workers' Day gathering in Mamelodi, outside Tshwane on Sunday.WATCH

Pretoria - South Africa has no future without the ANC, the SA National Civic Organisation said on Sunday. 

"Without the ANC, there won't be a future," its president Richard Mdagane said at a Workers Day rally in Moretele Park, Mamelodi.

Other parties could not lead the country, he said.

"In fact, Mr President, if you and the ANC were to say you no longer want to govern, they [other parties] will march to Luthuli House to ask you to come back. They have no capacity to govern."

Mdagane said opposition parties lacked the ability to innovate or be original.

"Other parties copy the ANC manifesto. I now understand why they wait for ANC to do its manifesto first. It is so that they can copy and paste it," he said. 

President Jacob Zuma was expected to address the gathering later. 


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