Analysis | ANC NEC just scratching the surface and not dealing with the underlying disease

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While there are definitely small signs of progress, the governing party also needs to own up to other practices that are crippling governance. Photo: Gallo Images
While there are definitely small signs of progress, the governing party also needs to own up to other practices that are crippling governance. Photo: Gallo Images

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Since we heard that audio clip, nothing has come to the fore suggesting that these words were taken to heart or that a long discussion over them ensued. But I do not find that surprising. After all, the current ANC leaders (in the NEC) view themselves as doing very well: they are cleaning out the rotten apples.

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