If another party wins in Tshwane you’ll still be stuck with issues of legitimacy of authority. Will they respect the authority of another party?— Ralph Mathekga
Considering what is happening in Tshwane right now; will the upcoming elections threaten South Africa’s fragile economy?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Lumkile Mondi (Senior Lecturer at the School of Economics and Business Science of the University of the Witwatersrand) and Ralph Mathekga (Head of Political Economy at Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection).
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
We shouldn’t be surprised.— Lumkile Mondi
This economy fails to create jobs.— Lumkile Mondi
If the youth sense there’s no future; there is a breakdown in rule of law.— Lumkile Mondi
We need a plan and the implementation thereof.— Lumkile Mondi
The people of Tshwane do not like the ANC’s decision.— Ralph Mathekga
Members of the ANC refuse to accept the legitimacy of decisions taken by the party.— Ralph Mathekga
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