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SAFRICA-POLITICS/LEKOTA
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November 01, 2008
Supporters of Mosioua Lekota, a former defence minister who said on Friday he resigned from the African...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Supporters of Lekota hold his picture and that of former premier of Gauteng Shilowa in Johannesburg
Supporters of Mosioua Lekota, a former defence minister who said on Friday he resigned from the African National Congress, hold his picture (R) and that of former premier of Gauteng Mbhazima Shilowa during a meeting of a group of ruling party defectors who are considering forming a new party ahead of elections due next year, in Johannesburg November 1, 2008. The ANC, which has governed the country with an overwhelming majority since the end of apartheid, faces its biggest crisis since 1994 as it struggles to keep party unity and ward off further defections. Divisions in the ANC intensified after the ANC sacked Thabo Mbeki as president last month, a move that was initiated and supported by its labour and communist allies but led to resignations of Mbeki supporters. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
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