City Press editor-in-chief Mondli Makhanya joins senior reporter Bongekile Macupe in studio to look at the implications the ANC ballot will have on the nation come South Africa's elections in 2024.
The 2007 national elective conference was a defining time for the ANC and the last conference proved to be a crucial moment in changing the path of the party and country following almost 10 years of a downward spiral under former president Jacob Zuma.
And, if the local government election results are a peg in the ground in terms of the voter’s mindset, what takes place at the upcoming 55th national elective conference will be a decider for the national elections in 2024.
Will the country continue in its drift mode with President Cyril Ramaphosa at the helm? Will it go in reverse mode, or shall we brace ourselves for chaos in coalitions at the national level?
Makhanya says he does not see Ramaphosa rocking the boat, should he bag a second term: