The leadership bankruptcy in SA
During the ANC’s national elective congress in Polokwane, I heard people shouting for change. At the time, I was not sure whether this was because there was a genuine need for change or not. Today I realise that they called for change because they wanted to destroy our country.
The reality is that the major challenge we have in South Africa is leadership bankruptcy, which is the main cause of all the other challenges we are facing as a country.
Our country today has no political direction. The speeches of our leaders are directionless and meaningless.
It is because they don’t have vision, and a leader must have a vision – and it should not be a selfish vision.
Apart from friends and family members, you must think about other people as well, and a leader must be trusted.