South Africa: Former leaders boycott ANC conference

A group of senior figures in South Africa's ruling ANC party say the party is in crisis, accusing current leaders of shying away from problems.

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    A group of senior figures in South Africa's ruling ANC party say the party is in crisis, accusing current leaders of shying away from problems.

    The party has been holding a conference as it struggles to shake off corruption allegations surrounding President Jacob Zuma.

    And the conference ended as it began, with uncertainty over future leadership.

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Johannesburg.


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