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During the Polokwane conference the new ANC leadership under Jacob Zuma was swept to power in a decisive manner, while the incumbent ANC leadership under Mbeki suffered a crushing defeat. What followed was an unprecedented and prolonged transition in which the winners took control of the party apparatus but the losers remained in control of government, thus creating two centres of power. This introduced a complex power play that signified the phasing in of the new leadership and the phasing out of the old leadership without any agreed-upon roles and rules of transition.
The expulsion of Jacob Zuma from his position as the country’s deputy president in 2005 was a turning point that led to an open rebellion and direct challenge to the ANC leadership, thus setting the stage for leadership change in Polokwane. The failure of the ANC government to significantly reduce poverty and unemployment in the face of sustained economic growth; Mbeki’s leadership style that tended to centralise power, thus creating an imperial presidency that alienated key players within the ANC and its alliance partners; and the ANC’s failure to adjust from a mass-based liberation movement to its new role as a ruling party were at the core of this discontent.
Za While recommending that the Department of Foreign Affairs be renamed the Department of International Relations and Co-operation to reflect its role in international co-operation, the ANC reaffirmed one institution and endorsed the creation of two new institutions as spearheads of its African policy. To that end, the ANC recommended strengthening and increasing the funding for the African Renaissance and International Co-operation Fund Act (No. 51 of 2002), created by Parliament in January 2001, as the instrument for supporting South Africa’s Renaissance project.