DA leader Mmusi Maimane blamed racial tension in South Africa on the ANC, accusing President Jacob Zuma of failing to create a non-racial society.
The aftermath of the annual ANC January 8th Statement which took place in Rustenburg this year was marked with a TNA Breakfast hosted by SABC anchor, Peter Ndoro, where the statement itself and issues surrounding it were discussed.
The surprising moment came when Ndoro asks: “Mr President, one other theme that’s come through is what DA leader Mmusi Maimane has said about racial tensions. You know they’ve been under pressure themselves with some of their members’ racial tweets and so forth. Mmusi Maimane says that ‘The ANC of Nelson Mandela has abandoned the vision of a non-racial party, the project of non-racialism has been leaderless because the ANC has failed to lead it. Our country has lost track of reconciliation because President Zuma doesn’t know what to do.”
Watch Zuma answer the question below: