Elections 2021: Crumbling ANC has very little to offer, say analysts

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ANC supporters during the by-election campaign led by President Cyril Ramaphosa in Durban, earlier this year.
ANC supporters during the by-election campaign led by President Cyril Ramaphosa in Durban, earlier this year.
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While the ANC treads the tightrope of disintegrating and damaging South Africa, it offers very little to voters who cast their ballot in the upcoming local elections.

The ANC is battling to get itself on the ballot paper, and their dysfunctionality has raised questions over whether their ward councillor candidates would be up to the task.

This is according to political analyst Ralph Mathekga who spoke to News24 about the ruling party's chances at the 1 November polls.

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