Political Analyst, Ebrahim Fakir says that the ruling party needs to be more confident in the way it exercises political power, and much less over-sensitive in the way that they deal with criticism.
Speaking to Nikiwe Bikitsha on The Afternoon Drive, Fakir reflected his thoughts on the way in which the African National Congress (ANC) has led South Africa over the past 20 years.
Tomorrow the ANC celebrates 103 years of the fierce party's existence. For an organization that has been alive for so many decades, why has the ANC lost social support over the last 3 elections?
Listen to Fakir's discussion with Nikiwe about governance, race, corruption and more: