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No ANC leader will be captured by monopoly capital: Mbeki

No #ANC leader will be captured by monopoly capital: Mbeki

18.8.2019

No ANC leader will be captured by monopoly capital: Mbeki

Thabo Mbeki’s comments come amid debate around the funding of President Cyril Ramaphosa's ANC presidential campaign.

Mbeki believes the governing party can't confine the questions surrounding the CR17 campaign just to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

“I am quite certain that as members of the ANC, we would never allow a situation in which leaders of the ANC are bought by monopoly capital, that they cease to be our leaders and they become property of somebody else. If that happens you should blame the rest of us but I don't think we would allow that to happen."

"I knew that you people were already on standby to say that this is our commander-in-chief and he is not going which would create an enormous crisis, so we couldn't do it."

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