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ANC riposte to SACP paper deepens chill
Posted: 22 June 2006

A SERIES of high-level bilateral meetings under way between the African National Congress (ANC) and its South African Communist Party (SACP) ally is unlikely to calm alliance tensions after a row erupted between them yesterday over an SACP proposal to contest future elections on its own. - Business Day 21 June 2006
http://www.businessday.co.za/Articles/TarkArticle.aspx?ID=2110414

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ANC unity crumbles as majority alliance splits
Dateline: 2 May 2009
The May Day celebrations were muted this year as ANC factions licked their wounds and tried to determine what the Good News message could be to members and the electorate after their acrimonious split at the party conference ten days ago. A year of crippling strikes has already delayed construction of major facilities for next year's FIFA World Cup in South Africa and been the catalyst for ...
 
 
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