[LISTEN] Political analysts look into ANC provincial nominations

The African National Congress conference is close at hand and the race for the next party president is well on the way. There is a new legal challenge in the process this time round, involving the ANC in Mpumlanga amongst others.

ANC Secretary General is Gwede Mantashe say court cases withstanding, the party is ready for the elective conference.

Vukani Mde, Political analyst spokesperson at Trade and Industry and Ebrahim Fakir, political analyst and director of programmes at the Auwal Socio Economic Research Institute (ASRI) break down the ANC provincial nominations.

Listen to the full discussion below:


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