Pieter du Toit | Suffering from ANC nostalgia? These 5 turning points will quickly sober you up

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The author gives five reasons the ANC will not stop its slide towards criminality and corruption and reinvent itself. Photo: Gallo Images
The author gives five reasons the ANC will not stop its slide towards criminality and corruption and reinvent itself. Photo: Gallo Images

Pieter du Toit reflects on five times that the ANC showed that it defended itself against extensive corruption, in light of a resurgence of ANC nostalgia. He argues that the party will never be able to reinvent itself as an efficient, modern political party.

It's becoming one of the debates of our time: Will the ANC be able to stop its slide towards criminality and corruption and reinvent itself as an efficient, modern political party?

No, it won't.

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