Samuel Marshall writes from Manguang in Africa about President of South Africa who is also the African National Congress leader, Jacob Zuma.
Kgalema Motlanthe in the up and coming vote for South Africa’s next President.
Kgalema Motlanthe, President of South Africa, sits in the Plenary Hall of the United Nations building in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, during the 12th African Union (AU) Summit Feb. 1, 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Find out at least five things about President Zuma you may not know as a South African political leader. Read more about President Zuma in South Africa's Zuma Wins ANC Support for Second Term as Head (bloomberg.com).
Jacob Zuma, former vice president of South Africa. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Find out more about the Democratic Alliance, the opposition party and an up and coming conference being held soon somewhere in South Africa. Also get the figures about the problems faced in the area and the challenges that face them as compiled from numbers and figures compiled from over the past two years.
Additionally Samuel Marsh takes a look at the Western Cape and how it is a hub for elections for the ANC from government.
South Africa (Photo credit: United Nations Photo)
Finally in this post you will find out Samuel qualified view on Marxism, political philosophy and much much more.
Marxism Today (Photo credit: neil cummings)
Subsequently you will be introduced to Alan Ryan as a way of navigating and noticing examples of Marxist leanings and non-Marxist leaning in South Africa. Find out more about Mandela Recovers As ANC Chooses New Leader (news.sky.com).
Read the original post over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Source Link: The African National Congress Is Ageing But Will Probably Cling On To Power For Many More Years.
- The ANC May Be Losing Control of South Africa (atlantablackstar.com)
- ANC leadership: Motlanthe confirms he will run against Zuma (guardian.co.uk)
- ANC congress begins in S Africa (bbc.co.uk)