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Mamphela Ramphele’s critique of the state of South Africa

Mamphela Ramphele has emerged from “political wilderness”, to offer a critique of “the nightmare” that is South Africa’s current state of affairs.

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Its founder has done a runner, but the cash-strapped party still wants to stay in the game – assuming it isn't sunk for good by its factional battles.

‘Mission accomplished’: Ramphele quits politics

The Agang SA leader says she has decided to leave party politics and return to civil society "to pursue the idealism that has driven" her.

Agang’s Ramphele struggles on in the world of politics

Agang SA leader Mamphela Ramphele struggled to draw the crowds or inspire much confidence in the younger residents of Khayelitsha on Youth Day.

Ramphele opens case over Agang’s no-name account

Mamphela Ramphele has opened a case with the police to investigate who opened an account that would receive an IEC refund on behalf of the party.

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