ANC Northern Cape Criticises Lindiwe Sisulu Over Coalition Stance

The African National Congress (ANC) in the Northern Cape has chastised senior party member Lindiwe Sisulu for her public opposition to a possible collaboration with the Democratic Alliance (DA).

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The Northern Cape branch criticized Sisulu for abandoning electioneering in the province while focusing on coalition issues.

Sisulu is the NEC member for the Northern Cape, although vocally opposing an ANC-DA partnership.

Sisulu stated in her statements that collaborating with the DA would betray the ANC’s loyal supporters.

Her comments have sparked debate inside the party, particularly in regions where coalition discussions are gaining pace due to the ANC’s failure to secure overwhelming majorities at the national and provincial levels.

According to EWN, the ANC Northern Cape secretary, Deshi Ngxanga, was openly critical of Sisulu.

“She was never here, not a single day to do the election work since we started the elections process last year. Now, she dares to comment on whom we should form coalitions with. I think that’s uncalled for.”

Ngxanga’s words highlight the frustration felt by local ANC members who had worked relentlessly throughout the election campaign.

They say that Sisulu’s absence during the campaign damages her credibility in coalition negotiations, which are important for building solid governance structures in the aftermath of indecisive election results.

South Africans believe that Sisulu’s veteran argument was extortion.


Unemployment, crime, poverty, and corruption must be signs of loyalty to struggle icons.

@Saxon_African noted that:

“Another one that’s scared for her job… Great!”

@AwaitedOne1 added that:

“Wonderful to hear from her again.”


“This one is old, she needs to be replaced. Democracy 2.0 is loading. Unity for all, no more racism.”


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