Power struggles within the ANC are likely to hinder President Cyril Ramaphosa from implementing his reform agenda and turning around SA’s battered economy.

With deep factional divides in the party, it seems Ramaphosa does not have the upper hand and is being undermined at every corner by those seen to be aligned to his predecessor, Jacob Zuma, who are alleged to be fighting against his attempts to reform the state...

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