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South Africa: ANC Veteran Disappointed Over State Capture Leaders on Party List

Meanwhile, former President Thabo Mbeki, in reflecting on 30 years of democracy, highlighted the sabotage and counter-revolutionary forces within the ANC

Special to The Accra Times

African National Congress (ANC) veteran Mavuso Msimang recently re-engaged with the ruling party after a brief resignation, primarily to address the party’s promise to tackle leaders implicated in state capture, reports News24.

His return was contingent upon his involvement in compiling the ANC candidates’ list, aiming to exclude members accused of corruption by the Zondo Commission. However, despite efforts, some implicated names remained on the list, disappointing Msimang.

He said that the importance of accountability and legal action against those accused. Meanwhile, former President Thabo Mbeki, in reflecting on 30 years of democracy, highlighted the sabotage and counter-revolutionary forces within the ANC, particularly referencing former President Jacob Zuma as a key figure in these disruptions.

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Mbeki also addressed issues such as the collapse of institutions like SARS and Eskom, attributing some failures to deliberate sabotage rather than governmental oversight.

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