Why did the ANC lose in Nquthu?

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Jimmy Makhu­misane Lim­popo The ANC lost Nguthu due to corrupt lead­er­ship and the family-linked lead­er­ship race ver­sus the cul­tural lead­er­ship of [the Inkatha Free­dom Party]. Sa­bela Free State Black peo­ple have lost con­fi­dence in the ANC al­to­gether. In 2019 we shall see an­other South Africa – po­lit­i­cally and oth­er­wise. Harry Mokoena Gaut­eng For me Nquthu was noth­ing. I’m still shocked by the Tsh­wane and Joburg met­ros, but I am pray­ing that we stop wor­ry­ing about the spilt milk. We can no longer fo­cus on the man­date of our move­ment since it’s all about self-en­rich­ment. I wish you would make the mis­take of invit­ing me to the top six meet­ing, com­rades. It is high time we tell you the truth. All of you have agen­das, if not tar­gets, of money-mak­ing. You are lost. Mar­cus via SMS I think the ANC lost the elec­tions in Nquthu be­cause the whole ANC is frag­ile, no one is trusted and that means the whole lot is rot­ten. They can­not be trusted since they de­cided to take the road of sell­ing us, in­clud­ing our re­sources, to the Gup­tas and Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma’s al­lies. Ntate Mo­lato via SMS The ANC lost Nquthu be­cause it is ar­ro­gant, they think they own KwaZulu-Natal and black peo­ple. They think be­cause of the past, peo­ple are per­ma­nently at­tached to the ANC.

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