ANC presidential hopeful Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has argued that she can achieve in South Africa what she had did at the African Union.

Dlamini-Zuma says the challenges she encountered during her tenure at the AU were no different from those currently plaguing South Africa.

“What we did at the AU is not different to what needs to be done on the whole in South Africa. We came to the conclusion that the continent was full of conflict‚ so we should focus on that but we realised that‚ if we don’t develop the stable countries‚ we will not be able to maintain that stability‚ just like here in South Africa‚” she said.

But Dlamini-Zuma warned that the country needed to undergo a “skills revolution” to enable economic development.