LETTER: Arguments in support of ANC are wrong
If non-delivering party wins by a substantial majority it will entrench the Zuma and Magashule group and corruption will continue
While columnist Peter Bruce is persuasive in his arguments in support of the ANC, he is wrong.
It can be accepted that the ANC will win the election and that Cyril Ramaphosa will be president again. However, if that arrogant, nondelivering and corrupt political organisation wins by a substantial majority it will undoubtedly lead to the entrenchment of the Zuma/Magashule grouping within parliament and the corruption will continue.
If the ANC majority is slim it will give pause to the corrupt. In need, the DA could enter into a voting pact with the Ramaphosa faction to continue the cleaning of the Augean stables of the Zuma droppings.
The alternative is that the Zuma faction is joined or supported by the EFF, Ramaphosa is deposed and his small group of honest supporters removed from all influence.