Khaya Sithole | How donor anxiety could leave the ANC out of pocket - and losing power

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Unfortunately for the ANC, far too many of its 'members-in-business' have muddied the waters, which drags every single businessperson that looks associated with the party into public scrutiny. That on its own may contribute to donor apathy, says Khaya Sithole. 

Precisely one year ago, President Cyril Ramaphosa signed into law one of the most important pieces of legislation passed since 1994. The Political Party Funding Act – which came into operation in April 2021 – provided the citizens with an insight into how political parties are funded.

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