South Africa's Leadership: Uncertain Future

South Africa is suffering a national crisis of leadership, which is steadily undermining popular confidence in the African National Congress, both as a party and a government. The presidency of Thabo Mbeki, which began in a spirit of can do optimism in 1999, has ended in abject failure and humiliation at the hands of his own party. What now for the Rainbow Nation?

The World Today Updated 15 October 2020 Published 1 October 2008 4 minute READ

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