The ANC's National Executive Committee held a four-day meeting at St George’s Hotel in Irene, Tshwane to take stock of elections outcomes.
Karima Brown Independent Media's Group Executive Editor and political analyst spoke to Eusebius Mckaiser about the ANC's NEC meeting.
Talking about the NEC meeting, Brown says the positive aspects to come out of it has been that the ANC has taken collective responsibility for why they lost the big metros in the election.
President Jacob Zuma has played a specific role in the decline of the party but removing him tomorrow is not going to restore that which is wrong— Karima Brown, Political Analyst
Brown says it's complete nonsense that getting rid of President Zuma is going to magically fix what is wrong within the ANC looking at the party's track record.
Brown gave a thorough analysis of a statement released by the ANC after their four-day meeting.
Listen to the full conversation below:
This article first appeared on 702 : Removing Zuma as president is not going to fix ANC problems - Karima Brown