Owners of wealth must
Well, that’s what our leaders compromised us with during the negotiations to guarantee private ownership of the land. Even when they knew very well that the land was actually stolen. It was stolen through the committing of black genocide by the colonisers. We want to bring back that land, to restore the dignity of those people who lost their property and those who lost their lives.
We should do that in respect and honour of those defeated generations – conquered generations – by the colonisers. We will not have a problem with capital flight because we are going to do this through legislation and it is going to be done in a manner that it is not putting the economy of the country in a disastrous situation.
Well, they are entitled to their views, and I’ve never been a danger to society.
I love South Africa more than I love myself and the EFF, and I do all that I do because of the love I have for South Africa.
Therefore, anyone who thinks that I’m a danger to society is anyone who is opposed to transformation and anyone who is opposed to the empowerment of black people – and such people, I do not have time for them.
Well, President Zuma doesn’t qualify to tell anyone about lacking politics because he, himself, is not political. He, himself, lacks depth, and he lacks the political understanding of how the country should be run and where the country should go, politically.
The emergence of Mmusi Maimane and myself in the political terrain in South Africa signifies a generational change and President Zuma should begin to appreciate that the new are being born and, therefore, if the old do not die, they will be forced to die by the emergence of the new.
This is an edited version of an interview carried on BizNews.com. You can go to the website to read the