Clearly, the people have spoken. It’s a significant swing against the ANC.— Richard Calland
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Political Analyst Richard Calland.
Calland commentated on the election and the results in thus far.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
The electorate didn’t respond well to the ANC’s negative campaign.— Richard Calland
There’s a sharp rebuke to the ANC leadership.— Richard Calland
Jacob Zuma will in the short-term deftly deflect this away from him.— Richard Calland
For the very first time the ANC has a bad election result.— Richard Calland
Political power is slipping, finally, from the hands of the ANC.— Richard Calland
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