Columns 27.6.2017 05:30 am

Secret ballot will be a futile exercise

The ruling party’s MPs have demonstrated before that their consciences are for sale.

President Jacob Zuma is right about one thing: it is the ANC that made him president and it’s only the ANC that can remove him.

Secret ballot will be a futile exercise
Secret ballot will be a futile exercise

Secret ballot will be a futile exercise

The ruling party’s MPs have demonstrated before that their consciences are for sale.

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