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Now that the elections have come and gone we know which party is the most powerful in the country - the ANC.
While its rival s concentrated on playing Jacob Zuma the man, instead of telling South Africans what they would do to lift them out of their social and economic quagmire, the ANC implemented its carefully thought-out strategy of winning hearts and minds . The party focused on poverty alleviation.
"Together We can Do More" was a simple slogan to understand.
That is what the vast majority of the people wanted to hear. They didn't care two hoots that the NPA was going to prosecute Zuma for corruption and then later dropped the charges.
The majority ignored the media frenzy and Helen Zille's passionate hatred of Zuma. More than that, they brushed aside Zille's Stop Zuma campaign and voted for the ANC.
They passed a vote of confidence in the ANC administration overwhelmingly, and against all odds.
Their message was a big no to a concerted campaign by the clergy, the academics and all the prophets of doom who had predicted that the Zuma-led government would not be acceptable in the eyes of many people.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu went a step further to vilify Zuma and portrayed him as an outcast.
Themba Khumalo, Pretoria