What is happening to the ANC?

Jan to Nov 2006 – Pluto conjunct Mercury – hidden agendas. Secret enemies against organisation. Massive communication and legal issues for organisation.
Jan to Nov 2007 – Pluto opposed Pluto – this was a time of fundamental change and upheaval in the organisation. The destructive forces from within the ranks of the organisation out to destroy it.
March to Nov 2008 – Jupiter conjunct Sun – President of ANC is buoyant and optimistic.
March 2009 to Jan 2010 – Neptune square Mars – the ANC is losing its way with regards education and land issues. Time of conflict internally.
May to Dec 2009 – Jupiter square Mars – throw more resources at the education system to try and solve problems.
Uranus square Mercury – April 2009 to Feb 2010 – unexpected legal issues. Corruption and other secret scandals. Service delivery protests. Unpredictable time in organisation.
Uranus square Pluto – April 2010 to Jan 2011 – revolutionaries within the organisation want to transform and ultimately destroy the organisation.
Saturn square Sun – Jan to Sep 2011 – the president will be challenged during this time. He as leader will have to take responsibility for where the organisation finds itself.
Saturn square Uranus – Jan to Sep 2012 – the leadership of the ANC must take charge and discipline radical elements within the ANC. Status quo versus radical new solutions.
Neptune square Venus – March 2013 to Jan 2014 – value system of the organisation is under threat. The ANC are not taking the issues of women, children and education seriously.
Neptune square Jupiter – March 2014 to Jan 2015 – manipulation of justice system and truth. Corruption is a real problem within the ANC.
Neptune opposed Moon – April 2014 to Feb 2015 – women within the organisation are disillusioned.
Uranus square Sun – July 2014 to April 2015 – radical change for the leadership of the organisation. Sudden change in leadership of the ANC. Leader falls.
Pluto conjunct Sun – Feb to Dec 2016 – devastating time for leadership of ANC. Time for fundamental change within the organisation.

• Zuma charged with rape in Dec 2005 and charges dropped in May 2006.
• Zuma elected leader of ANC at Polokwane congress held in Dec 2007.
• Mbeki recalled as President of SA in Sep 2008.
• General election held in April 2009 – Zuma becomes President of SA in May 2009.

Some thoughts on the ANC

The ANC was founded on 8 Jan 1912 in Bloemfontein (time unknown). Therefore the chart I am using is the sunrise chart of that day using Sun on 1st.

The most powerful planet in this chart is Jupiter. The principles on which this organisation was founded are justice and respect for the rule of law. In addition knowledge and education and spiritual and religious freedom are highly valued in this organisation. Professions like teaching and law are highly regarded (Jupiter in Sagittarius).

The Leader of this organisation wants power and authority (Sun in Capricorn) . The leadership are idealistic and perhaps delusional (Sun opposed to Neptune). The challenge will be keeping unity in the organisation (Neptune on 7th). The alliance – ANC, SACP and Cosatu – how does this work? Leadership idealistic and perhaps naïve about unity in organisation.

The leadership is fighting for the rights of the children in society. Education, sport and land are key issues (Mars ruler of 4th in 5th in detriment, Sun trine Mars).

Women are a key component of the ANC organisation. They are close to the Leadership of the ANC and keen to promote the advancement of issues around women and children (Sun trine Moon). – Women champion the rights of children and education and the justice system (Moon square Venus/Jupiter and Moon trine Saturn).

This organisation will have issues with the law (Mercury in detriment in 12th ruling the 9th) and be forced into hiding (prison) and banned. The ANC will find it difficult to communicate. This is an anxious organisation steeped in secrets and fearful of the police and military. (Mercury opposed to Pluto).

The ANC will be slow to act. This is a stubborn organisation (Mars in detriment). Education and land reform will pose challenges for this organisation