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Siya Khumalo | The role of imposter syndrome in keeping the ANC in power

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African National Congress (ANC) flag .Picture: Gallo Images/ Thapelo Maphakela
African National Congress (ANC) flag .Picture: Gallo Images/ Thapelo Maphakela

Is the ANC still in power despite continued corruption as a result of imposter syndrome? Siya Khumalo takes a look.

Our investigative bodies are stalling because their commander-in-chief heads the party under investigation. Why else, then, does the ANC remain in power?

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