The coloured community in Western Cape feel neglected by the ANC and are saying the party is not their home. This is one of the issues that confronted ANC officials who included President Jacob Zuma and secretary-general Gwede Mantashe when they visited the province on a fact-finding mission this week. The ANC says it is an inclusive and nonracial, broad church that accommodates all ideological persuasions.
This is how defiant ANC MP Makhosi Khoza described Zuma's leadership, adding that he has lost " legitimacy, credibility, integrity and honour". She said Zuma was promoting tribalism and was yearning to be a king, hence the Nkandla 'royal stead'. Khoza was speaking yesterday during a conference for the Future of South Africa at Rhema Bible Church in Randburg, Johannesburg, by several civil society organisations, including the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation and Save South Africa.
The plan will be unveiled today, as the world marks the 99th birthday of the late icon Nelson Mandela. Ahmed Kathrada Foundation executive director Neeshan Bolton said that over the past three months, civil society organisations have been meeting to discuss a more integrated and more effective way of campaigning against state capture. The foundation would be working with organisations including the Save SA and the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa).
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