Over the weekend Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu officially “launched” her campaign to take over from President Jacob Zuma as the leader of the ANC. It is a campaign that marks a serious change from what we’ve seen in the party before. She appears to be confident of her chances, and seems to be proclaiming that she wants the Number One spot. But, despite her political career and achievements, there are numerous political problems in her path. Foremost among them is the political traffic jam at the top of the “Anti-Zuma” slate that is being assembled for December. By STEPHEN GROOTES.