Thuli Madonsela would be a perfect president. Not only is she the Public Protector, she walks the talk, which many leaders fail to do in fear of the unknown.
Thuli is bold and disciplined enough to sustain a human rights culture of unearthing truth, justice and trust in our leaders.
We need a paradigm shift towards feminist leaders. If women are given a chance to lead, constructive change and the dawn of a peaceful and developing country will come.
We will be proud as women to have brought a legacy we pray will be kept for our generation to cherish.
I think Thuli Madonsela will be the best as she always stands by the truth, nothing threatens her integrity and we really do need someone like her.
Thuli Madonsela hates corruption. She is very strong, and not afraid to raise her views and beliefs. She can bring the change that South Africa needs.
Right now, Thuli Madonsela seems like the only politician we can trust.
Advocate Thuli Madonsela would undoubtedly be a great female president.
Thuli Madonsela makes a great female president. She adores every citizen as an equal and has the spirit of ubuntu.
My choice would be Thuli Madonsela because she is honest, unafraid and has integrity.
Thuli can run for the presidency. She don’t take shit and doesn’t buy anybody.
I vote for Thuli Madonsela. South Africa will be a better place and no one will suffer. We will be living in the land of plenty!
I think Advocate Thuli Madonsela will make a great president. She knows the law.
Thuli Madonsela would make a great president. She is in a league of her own and ruthlessly efficient.
I think Lindiwe Sisulu should be the next madam president. She is firm and a woman of integrity. As the minister of defence, she executed her tasks outstandingly well. She has proven herself worthy.
I say Winnie Mandela. This women has been through hardship and a hellish life fighting for us.
People nowadays do good where they will benefit. But umama Winnie is unique. Her life and children were in danger, and she never slept peacefully, yet kept on fighting.
I value and honour umama Winnie.
Naledi Pandor for president. She is a very powerful, honest and fair person. Thank God for women like her.
We must be careful when we talk about the issue of a female president.
The question is whether there is a woman who is appealing to South Africans, not who is emotionally charged to tell us we must be ready for a female president whether we like it or not.
It will be stupid of us to push a woman to the Union Buildings and later be forced to recall her simply because people do not like her. Recalling a president is costly for the country.
A good brain is also not enough. A good brain needs to be backed by popular support.
MOTHER OF THE NATION
SMART LEADER Naledi Pandor
LEGACY Lindiwe Sisulu