The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
Thabile Mange is at it again. He writes in Sowetan of August 11: "The PAC has nothing to offer the voters", and added that it should therefor close shop.
Mange rehashed the intellectual pap he wrote 10 years ago in Sowetan. The last time I checked he was a supporter of Azapo, but of late he has been ingratiating himself with the ruling party.
Perhaps that is why he writes for Dikgang Tsa Mogale , a newsletter of Mogale City.
I think Mange should expend his energies in the direction of his political party and where his sympathies lie rather than ostentatiously displaying that he is a political nincompoop.
There is a much more serious power struggle in the ruling ANC about which Mange must be concerned. Such as which organs of state have been used to settle the rivalry between the different factions where some members were physically assaulted and others stabbed and where those aligned to ANC president Jacob Zuma are threatening the rule of law and where anarchy will be ushered in.
The power struggle in the PAC is a storm in a teacup. Those individuals involved in it will come and go, but the PAC will remain.
Mange writes: "I'm sure the voters are sick and tired of this." How does he know?
The PAC has a lot to offer the voters of South Africa and has always been a pacesetter and trendsetter.
Sam Ditshego, Gaborone