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As we approach the 2009 general election we cannot ignore how strong the ANC has become. It is now clear that the other political parties have given up hope of one day leading the country.
A good example is the DA's Tony Leon, who looked like a presidential candidate in previous elections. He did his best before the election, including going to townships and kissing babies.
He even went to the extent of giving rural black people mealies for their votes.
It didn't work so he decided to stop trying to be the DA president.
Nothing can be said about the IFP because it does nothing except make noise whenever the Zulu king is not being respected. I think it could be more active.
The question is who will be South Africa's next president. Make no mistake, everybody knows that the president will come from the ANC.
It is only a matter of time before all the political parties will allow themselves to be swallowed by this big organisation.
Is it because of the lack of good leadership?
The ID is now focusing on "bringing the big guns down".
Instead of celebrating Human Rights Day, Patricia de Lille was running around police stations reporting fraud cases.
Is the ANC's popularity good or bad for the country? Time will tell.
Matimba HlungwaniGreen Farm