Cosatu, SACP kick off elec­tion cam­paign with­out ANC

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The wheels are com­ing off. Come 2019 we will un­veil the tomb­stone of the ANC ... South Africans are not fools. – Sibu­siso Maz­ibuko

I think the op­po­si­tion par­ties should just unite and make one ri­val party. The peo­ple of SA would find a home in that party. – Sim­phiwe Mbele

The for­mer glo­ri­ous move­ment has failed black work­ers who are still slaves of the few black elite and white cap­i­tal­ists. Cosatu and the SACP are pro-labour bro­kers and con­tract work. They don’t rep­re­sent work­ers and poor peo­ple. – Nt­she­bele Bapela

Je­sus must have landed at OR Tambo. Some politi­cian once said: “ANC will rule un­til Je­sus comes” ... I sense the be­gin­ning of the end of the mighty ANC. – Si­mon Dik­gale

Good, that is the be­gin­ning of a les­son for the pompous ANC. I will vote for one of these, should they take the de­ci­sion na­tion­ally. – Col­bert Ngetu

We will show them. With­out the ANC they are noth­ing. – Luthuli Nch­a­be­leng

SACP must make up its mind whether they are stand­ing for elec­tions them­selves or not. – Neo Sothoane

Fac­tion­al­ism out­comes are start­ing to ma­te­ri­alise. – Se­b­jeni Moy­a­habo

They won’t make it with­out ANC and ANC won’t make it with­out them. Guess who is the win­ner? Op­po­si­tion par­ties. – Thabo Man­ganye

From what I see, Cosatu and the SACP are pre­par­ing them­selves for the sce­nario should Ramaphosa win, then they have boots on the ground as they see ANC Gaut­eng doesn’t want to come out openly and stand up for Ramaphosa. Then for what­ever rea­son, should Nkosazana win, then they are ready to go on their own. – Sipho Mabena

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