Dr Sydney Mufamadi reminisced about the ANC and highlighted the emergence of a different kind of leadership in the governing party.
This comes after a failed attempt by opposition parties in Parliament to remove President Jacob Zuma from his position.
702's John Robbie spoke to director of the University of Johannesburg's School of Leadership, Dr Sydney Mufamadi, regarding the issue.
It never occurred to me that one day any one of use would put the ANC on a collision course with the people.— Dr Sydney Mufamadi, ANC veteran
I saw people in the ANC benches going out of their way to dishnonour the legacy of the ANC.— Dr Sydney Mufamadi, ANC veteran
The motion brought by the Democratic Alliance (SA's official opposition party) was lost by 233 votes to 145 with with no abtensions.
They voted to save Jacob Zuma and in the process, they made it dificult for the ANC to regain its' soul.— Dr Sydney Mufamadi, ANC veteran
What Trevor and others are saying, is that the hope of Mandela's dream must not be given up. It is a hope that only comes to pass if peole are prepared to wage an uncompromising struggle against the political degeneration we are witnessing.— Dr Sydney Mufamadi, ANC veteran
There comes a time where people of honour and courage do not do things behind the scenes because all the people see is an ANC that is retreating.— Dr Sydney Mufamadi, ANC veteran