President Jacob Zuma faces a tough test to hold on to the leadership of the African National Congress. He has been criticised for failing to deliver on his promises, mishandling the aftermath of the police shootings at the South African mining protests and smeared by allegations of corruption. But questions remain over whether South Africa’s Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe really wants the job and all its problems.

TENSIONS are rising in a brutal campaign for the leadership and direction of the African National Congress which will decide its future for the next five years.

The decision will be made at the ANC’s Mangaung conference on December 16 ...

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Nevertheless, under the slogan ‘Anything But Zuma’, the opposition could turn the balance of power in its favour in the five-day congress. Whatever pressure they may face openly from Mr Zuma’s campaign, delegates could use their secret ballots to go for a clear break from the Zuma legacy
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