‘I am a black man but ANC does not represent me’ Mlungisi Madonsela

More black people are publicly expressing dissatisfaction with the ruling ANC administration.

‘I am a black man but ANC does not represent me’… These were the despondent words of an apparently frustrated man in the ruling party. Many had great hopes in the ANC in 1994.

I cannot defend a thief and blame white people. If you steal from the state, it is a disadvantage to Black people, as they depend on the state more than any other race…Mlungise Madonsela stated.

Serious corruption and #statecapture seem to have thwarted the great hopes of collective prosperity.

Millions of blacks are faced with depressing unemployment and poverty, the highest in the history of the country .

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