The crisis in the ANC and the struggle against corruption
|When:||Wednesday, 31 May 2017 - Wednesday, 31 May 2017|
|Where:||Parktown Management Campus
Research Hub Mwalimu House, Classroom G
The Wits School of Governance will host a conversation with Oupa Lehulere on the above topic.
Lehulere will talk about how monopoly capitalists and their allies in the ANC have corrupted something very precious in South Africa’s history, the proud and militant tradition of struggle for social justice. For over two decades, the ANC has presided over entrenched corruption, which must now be resisted, but that struggle will constitute a whole new historical epoch.Add event to calendar