It is evident that President Cyril Ramaphosa and the past ANC government administrations have failed South Africa.
Broadcaster and author, Professor JJ Tabane says that this can be seen through the level and impact of corruption that has gripped state-run entities.
Tabane says that this is indicative of the poor leadership of the ANC, and President Ramaphosa.
It also appears that ministers do not appreciate the extent of their responsibilities.
Tabane makes the example of Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s inaction over the constant collapse of coalition governments in municipalities.
The City of Johannesburg has had several mayors in the space of just five years.
Tabane contends that the deficit of consequence management and turning a blind eye on corruption is leading South Africa to a terrible place.
He also laments the South African culture of placing the worst the country has to offer in leadership and decision-making positions.
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