Has the ANC lost its swag?

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Crano Gaut­eng The ANC is drown­ing. The gov­ern­ing party now holds all its ral­lies at venues where the small crowds are not as ev­i­dent. And the sports min­is­ter’s claim that jukskei is not trans­formed is a joke. It’s like say­ing volk­spele is not trans­formed. Why any black per­son would want to be in a sport based on Groot Trek tech­nol­ogy (ox wag­ons) blows the mind. There is no in­tel­li­gence left. From chair­per­son Baleka Mbete to po­lit­i­cally tooth­less sec­re­tary­gen­eral Gwede Man­tashe, they are old and tired com­pared with the Eco­nomic Free­dom Fight­ers (EFF) and the DA. Bantu Mkhondo via SMS No! You have grown to hate the ANC, even though you only sur­vive be­cause you write about the party ev­ery week. The ANC can’t lose swag, be­cause you have no news with­out the party and Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma. Ge­orge Ma­hamotsa Mpumalanga The ANC has lost it. It has been over­shad­owed by ar­ro­gance, cor­rup­tion and law­less­ness. I was once a mem­ber when the party was re­spectable, but now it is not. It is sup­ported by cor­rupt peo­ple. El­gar Fourie Western Cape The ANC lost it long ago in the Western Cape. It’s just a mat­ter of time be­fore it loses it in the rest of the coun­try. Wake up SA! NS Dlomo Eku­ru­leng The ANC has lost its swag to the DA and the EFF. This is just the be­gin­ning. The worst is still to come. Zethu KwaZulu-Natal The ANC has lost its swag be­cause it took cit­i­zens for granted by be­ing ar­ro­gant. McGlory Kwababa Eastern Cape The ANC has lost its swag to the DA and more of it to the EFF. Eugene Hlang­wane Lim­popo The ANC never lost its swag. Pres­i­dent Zuma is not the ANC. The EFF and the DA are too weak for the ANC. Noban­gula Dumba Eastern Cape The ANC has lost its swag, but it will still dom­i­nate dur­ing the elec­tions be­cause of the votes of the il­lit­er­ate, who do not see the quag­mire into which Zuma has plunged the ANC. As long as they re­ceive monthly grants, they say Zuma is the cham­pion.

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