I won't vote for the ANC because I have a problem with a number of their policies and how they implement them.
Unlike the number of your celebrities who have a lot of good to count, my encounter with the ANC has been terrible since 1984, ranging from intimidation and missed opportunities due to forced boycotts, strikes and stayaways.
I lost a scholarship in 1985 due to the pass-one-pass-all policy - a bursary to a technikon due to strikes.
I don't have a driving licence because of corrupt officials.
I don't get rates and services statements because of inefficiencies at the municipality.
As for their policies, I blame them for the high levels of crime, shortage of skills (particularly teachers because they are the ones who closed teaching colleges), destroyed our moral fibre thanks to their abortion laws, and so on...
I actually believe South Africa would have been a far better country with opportunities for all if the ANC was not as powerful as it is.
I'm not very sure what to celebrate about their dispensation, because most great things there are were started before they came to power.
Yes, we thank them for liberating us, but they were not the only ones. Others played a major part too.
Bongani Miya, Ormonde View