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In the run-up to the 2007 ANC national conference in Polokwane, Tokyo Sexwale openly announced that he would be running for the presidency of the party . Photo: Oliver Morin, AFP
In the run-up to the 2007 ANC national conference in Polokwane, Tokyo Sexwale openly announced that he would be running for the presidency of the party . Photo: Oliver Morin, AFP

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Party leadership races are great fun to watch. Observers take voyeuristic pleasure in seeing politicians from the same party savage each other as if the internal opponents were more of an enemy than members of rival parties are.

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