Africa’s African National Congress appears to be on its way to a resounding victory in the country’s fourth democratic election, paving the way for the party’s controversial leader, Jacob Zuma, to become South Africa’s next president. His popularity was unaffected by corruption allegations and the ignominy of enduring a trial on charges of raping a friend’s daughter, of which he was found not guilty.
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Andrew Feinstein’s After the Party: Corruption, the ANC and South Africa’s Uncertain Future was published by Verso earlier this month.