ANC’s 2022 presidential race: The frontrunners

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Deputy President David Mabuza. Photo: Adele du Toit
Deputy President David Mabuza. Photo: Adele du Toit

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The intense rivalry for leadership positions in ANC regions across the country points to a high possibility that the ANC national elective conference, which is likely to be held at the end of next year, will also be vigorously contested.

In fact, the national leadership race always builds up from developments on the ground, and aspirant leaders keep a close eye on them to gauge their chances of success.

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