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Solly Phetoe. Photo: Archive
Solly Phetoe. Photo: Archive

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With the unity of the tripartite alliance hanging by a thread, the ANC has less than eight months to act on the list of demands Cosatu and the SA Communist Party (SACP) made in 2018 at the 13th Cosatu congress in order to maintain their relationship as alliance partners.

Their most urgent demands are for a reconfiguration of their partnership, as well as for constant consultation, which the two have accused the governing party of ignoring.

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