THE SACP in the Eastern Cape yesterday again laid into the party’s former spokesman, Mazibuko Jara, and former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils, labelling them failed business people riding on South Africa’s challenges to line their pockets.
The feud started when Kasrils spoke out against President Jacob Zuma’s administration at the weekend, saying it had to a degree stumbled. Launching the Democracy from Below (DfB) movement in East London, Kasrils said government had faltered and lost its way.
While DfB will not be contesting next year’s elections, the movement has said it would campaign to put pressure on government to deliver.
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