[LISTEN] Dlamini Zuma & Ramaphosa camps will struggle to co-exist
Bloomberg journalist Sam Mkokeli says it will be very difficult for the two camps to work together after the ANC elects its new president.
JOHANNESBURG - Whether Cyril Ramaphosa or Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma walks away from ANC national conference as president, the two candidates' sides will not co-exist peacefully, says Bloomberg journalist Sam Mkokeli.
Mkokeli spoke to Radio 702 host Bongani Bingwa at Nasrec, where the conference is being held, shortly before the nominations process for the top 6 positions began this evening.
"When you talk to the personalities in the camps, you get a sense that both camps are very confident... and they will all give you very rosy numbers from their side," Mkokeli says.
"It's going to be very difficult for the two camps to co-exist after this election..."
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