The self-serving, corrupt ANC shows again how it befouls Mandela’s legacy


When Nelson Mandela died in December 2013 there was an outpouring of grief from across the world. Leaders great and small, honourable and dishonourable, offered their condolences. Mandela’s incredible life and profound legacy were praised to the rafters. ANC leaders reminisced about the great man. But it was the great poet Maya Angelou who broke our hearts...

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