Qaanitah Hunter | RET is dead. Will we see a RET 2.0 rise up?

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Carl Niehaus speaking at RET Zuma Support Group press briefing.
Carl Niehaus speaking at RET Zuma Support Group press briefing.
Azarrah Karrim

Without any leadership, the only glue that, so far, bonds the anti-Ramaphosa faction - whether it is through RET or not - is self-interest, writes Qaanitah Hunter.

In the run-up to every ANC conference, the party's elite begins workshopping policy ideas which quickly becomes less about ideology and more about proxy fights for factional domination.

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