PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma is seeking to divide SA along racial lines and the ANC is no longer the party it used to be, according to three DA members who come from stalwart families.Madoda Mbeki, cousin to former president Thabo Mbeki, Lindela Tshwete, the son of struggle veteran Steve Tshwete and Ghaleb Cachalia, the son of stalwarts Yusuf and Amina Cachalia, on Friday criticised Zuma and the ANC following comments about black people who vote for the DA in the run-up to the August 3 polls.Earlier in July, Zuma said he did not understand black people who chose to vote for the DA."After we liberated ourselves they came together, this name DA, Democratic Alliance, it was an alliance between the Progressive Party and the National Party," said Zuma."If you are a black person, you join that party really? Really? It’s worse when you lead it," he said, referring to DA leader Mmusi Maimane.Tshwete said this was no longer the ANC that his family, or Mbeki’s and Cachalia’s, had fought for.All three...

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