ANC’s Thabo Mbeki Criticises MK Party Leader Jacob Zuma

Former ANC president Thabo Mbeki criticized MK party leader Jacob Zuma’s behavior.

During a campaign for the ANC in Soshanguve, Pretoria, on Friday, Mbeki stated that Zuma’s actions have strained relations with the party.

The ex-leader expressed support for ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa, stating that they will hold one other accountable for any missteps. However, MK Party leader Zuma insisted that their friendship had ended as a result of his activities.

The statements come after the ANC opted to reprimand Zuma over his transfer to the MK Party. On Tuesday, the party plans to bring him before a national disciplinary committee.

The second democratic President oversaw the ANC during its peak popularity under democracy. According to eNCA, a poll determined Mbeki to be the most liked leader, despite his short tenure ending. The ANC has been employing Mbeki on the campaign trail to gain support.

People across South Africa have expressed their opinions on the ANC’s split with its former leader, Jacob Zuma. Mbeki is believed to be concerned about Zuma’s popularity and will go to any length to limit his power.

Here are some of the reactions:

@Zakhele Sithole asked:

“What happened to Phalaphala? Because Mbeki was fuming, now is singing a good song.”

@Justin SA Phahlane commented:

“At his age, Zuma should stay home and enjoy his pension fund with his family and grandchildren.”

@Luthando Soga said:

“I’ve lost all my little respect for this madala.”

@Mothusi Sebitloane shared:

“I think the AC must be open with the people. Why did they charge Zuma when Zuma joined another political party? I think they are desperate to keep Zuma.”

@Noell Bismillah expressed:

“Look how Mbeki the Vultures surround him, that should tell you something.”

@Stiga Figo said:

“They failed to fix errors in 30 years.”

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