Despite being vocal about the issues of the ruling party, Kgalema Motlanthe would still vote for the ANC without a doubt.
Prof Tinyiko Maluleke analysed Motlanthe's interview with Eusebius Mackaiser and says he avoided talking about the Guptas.
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The conference meant to take place in October has now been moved after the December national conference.
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The former premier says that during the height of apartheid, the ANC never viewed the IFP as the enemy but understood that the apartheid state masterminded the violence.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown issued a statement expressing her disappointment at what she called Eskom’s 'inappropriate and tardy responses' in a report on its dealings with the Gupta-linked company.
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