Bathabile Dlamini, president of the ANC Women's League. © Mujahid Safodien/AFP
The ANC Women's League, an entity born from the ashes of the Bantu Women's League in 1948, is struggling to make its voice heard on the national scene but still wants to hold sway when the party decides on its top six in December this year. The league has been somewhat on the backbench since Ramaphosa's arrival, plagued by internal tensions, conflicts of loyalty and financial strains. [...] (1783 words)
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