Modidima Mannya | Feuding ministers & social media spats undermine governance

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The public spats between leaders of the ANC must be a matter of grave concern, particularly in the context of the challenges the country is facing
The public spats between leaders of the ANC must be a matter of grave concern, particularly in the context of the challenges the country is facing

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The president’s moral authority, and his call for national unity, may simply be challenged by his Cabinet ministers’ public spats on social media, writes Modidima Mannya.

The public spats between leaders of the ANC must be a matter of grave concern, particularly in the context of the challenges the country is facing. They must also be a matter of grave concern for the citizens, as they may be striking at the heart of effective governance and the coordination of government programmes.

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