Controversial former University of the Witwatersrand SRC president Mcebo Dlamini was denied bail in .
The issue of reconciliation between the ANC and IFP is a long way off. As long as the leaders of both camps squabble, there won't be any reconciliation.
Both parties are full of hatred because of the blood of our brothers and sisters that was shed as a result of the fighting that took place between these two organisations.
The ANC is divided into three camps, the Zuma camp where I belong, the Mbeki camp and the Silent camp.
The ANC must reconcile within itself first because it fought for unity in South Africa and is still fighting for the unity of Africans. We must see unity within the ANC, then we can go out to our old enemies like the IFP and seek reconciliation.
For the IFP to accept the word reconciliation is a nightmare for them. They are not prepared to reconcile with the ANC.
Their leaders are exhausted and their ideas are so old and tired. Their leadership is an old-fashioned style of leadership which does not fit in with South Africa today.