JOHANNESBURG, Oct 30 (Reuters) – South African President
Jacob Zuma on Friday sought to dispel fears that the ruling
ANC’s labour and communist allies were pushing the country’s
economic policy to the left.
Recent speculation that labour federation COSATU and the
South African Communist Party were pushing policy to the left
was a “feverish pre-occupation with a ‘left takeover’ of the
ANC”, Zuma said in a weekly letter written as ANC president.