Despite much of the service delivery challenges in the country, the ANC has the capacity to self-correct and carry on the legacy of building a better life for all people. The greatest stumbling blocks were not as a result of policy constraints but largely on implementation, with rogue elements being responsible for the current state of affairs. The latter crystalises a lack of political will to seriously deal with corruption across all spheres of the government. Amid the consternation over state capture, the 2019 general elections euphoria has created a fertile ground for politicking about the billions of rand of taxpayers’ monies that were looted by crooks and their cronies. While no one has been charged or convicted yet, the hard left is adding flesh to the bones of the list process. However, winning elections with a landslide majority still hinges on a breed of deployees on a list to parliament. The ANC has been unequivocal that comrades under a cloud of corruption would be remov...

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