Distrust of governance increasing among citizens, says Gavin Hartford

Labour analyst Gavin Hartford says there is a growing tendency of intolerance within the democratic movement that is growing sharper.

Hartford reflected on his latest opinion piece, titled: Dare I say it: Our rainbow nation is imploding.

He says South Africa is in a critical state and that organs of state are dislocating.

He reflected on government's failure to deliver on the social and economic promises made at the dawn of democracy and a growing distrust of the state.

Take a listen to Gavin Hartford share his strong thoughts with Karima Brown:

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