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As the ANC's Limpopo conference draws closer, many are calling for the meeting to focus on policy rather than personalities.
The leadership election is just one part of the conference, but it is foolish to think that delegates will be able to concentrate on anything else. Uppermost in people's minds is, who will be elected president?
It's unfortunate, but a reality, that policy and other critical matters will be neglected because representatives will be consumed by late-night lobbying and horse-trading for the new president.
Calls for an end to the obsession with personalities will fall on deaf ears because polarisation has reached epic proportions.
Many see the cause of the problems as either Thabo Mbeki or Jacob Zuma. Unfortunately, both sides think they are doing what is right for the ANC and the country.
They pretend that issues are bigger than individuals, when in reality issues have always been personalised.
Different policies will be followed depending on who is elected, so it is foolhardy to say the organisation and not individuals shapes policy.
At the end of the day, whether you are "pro this" or "anti that" you will agree that somebody must be held responsible for the problems in the ANC.
The question is whether you believe that person is Mbeki or Zuma.
Tembile Yako, Cape Town