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After the Party Corruption, the Anc and South Africa's Uncertain Future (Paperback)

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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1844676277
ISBN-13: 9781844676279
Sku: 212930604
Publish Date: 5/1/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7.75H x 5.25L x 1T
Pages:  307
Edition Number:  2
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South Africa’s Watergate – widespread corruption at the highest levels of the ANC.
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The definitive book on the state of the ANC and the future of South African politics, After the Party tells the story behind the power struggles currently keeping South Africa in the news. The first-ever insider's exposé of the African National Congress, After the Party details the inner workings of the party that has ruled South Africa since 1994. As the ANC heads toward the 2009 national elections, Andrew Feinstein, a respected media commentator and former ANC member, reveals an organization rife with high-level corruption and inner turmoil. Feinstein lays out compelling, meticulously-presented evidence of party leader Jacob Zuma's involvement in a multibillion-dollar arms deal--for which Zuma faces trial--estimating bribes and kickbacks associated with the deal totaling over $200 million. Feinstein, who has spent years investigating the ANC, also details the rivalries between Zuma and South African president Thabo Mbeki, Mbeki's role in the fraudulent arms deal, and the ongoing tragedy in Zimbabwe.
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