/ 11 November 2022

PODCAST | How South Africa, ANC changed in the years of Jacob Zuma

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In the second of the Mail & Guardian’s six-part podcast series on the story of the ANC after the Polokwane conference of 2007, we focus on the changes that came after the election of Jacob Zuma.

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After he came into power, the functioning of state and the party would change quite significantly, but it was a slow start as he sought to assure markets that not too much would change to a South African story that was a darling amongst emerging market investors.

In this podcast produced by Mziwamaqithi Mzinzi, Editor-in-Chief Ron Derby, is joined once again by Paddy Harper who chat to Ronald Lamola, Minister of Justice and Correctional Services – who is gunning for a top six position in the party’s elective conference in December.

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You’ll find previous episodes here.