Ramaphosa has played a careful game… We have seven months to go… He will build up momentum slowly… You’ve got to peak at the right time.— Nic Borain
Lindiwe Sisulu is an incredibly well qualified candidate. She is more qualified than any other cabinet minister.— Nic Borain
When you see the thuggery in Dlamini-Zuma’s support, and the way they’re reading from a script compiled elsewhere… We could see campaigns disappear in a puff of smoke.— Nic Borain
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma versus Cyril Ramaphosa (versus Lindiwe Sisulu?)
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed political analyst Nic Borain.
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Jeff Radebe is another possibility.— Nic Borain
The ANC is in absolute disarray.— Nic Borain
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