Columns 26.4.2017 05:31 am

Too little, too late for Cyril and co to save diseased ANC

In its 106th year, Africa’s oldest liberation movement is beyond redemption.

Nothing can save the ANC – not even Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, who has decisively thrown his hat in the ring.

Too little, too late for Cyril and co to save diseased ANC
Too little, too late for Cyril and co to save diseased ANC

Too little, too late for Cyril and co to save diseased ANC

In its 106th year, Africa’s oldest liberation movement is beyond redemption.

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