As the ANC’s national elective conference approaches, the party’s leadership will be under pressure to explain the apparent failure to implement resolutions from its last big meeting in 2017.

A review of the governing party’s policy decisions suggests that other than the step-aside rule, which aims to deal with corruption in its ranks, there has been little to no progress in implementing resolutions adopted at the national congress held at Nasrec in Johannesburg in December 2017.   ..

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