I read in a Sunday paper that Colin Malatje, the newly elected ANC Youth Leader, fits his position well.
Of course, his profile picture reflects a young man who has gone through the mill of higher education, not the kind of microwaved degrees people start fuss about getting.
one of The points he made are the political demon called the Coalition, particularly with regard to his party, the African National Congress. The ANC cannot stoop so low to form a coalition with political parties that have no foundation and no vision, all because they want to rule.
If the party has not collected enough votes to rule, it is better to remain in the opposition benches than to sell your soul.
These political partnerships never worked out, including within the ANC itself. Since the slates swarmed at the 2007 conference in Polokwane, the losing slate has proven difficult to deal with.
Vandalism is the order of the day. What about the political parties that do not share the same vision with you?
The alliance is just not. Win or be the opposition party and work hard to win the ensuing elections.
Makgato Ralitsatsi, Limpopo