Former president Jacob Zuma is at the heart of the uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) party’s campaign to oust the ANC and without him the breakaway party is unlikely to make a significant impact in the upcoming elections, says MK national organiser Nathi Nhleko. 

The party is banking on the former president’s status as a former head of state and ANC leader, as well as voter dissatisfaction to galvanise voters to cast their ballots on May 29 in a bid to oust the governing party. ..

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