Should Num­ber 1 be im­peached?

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J Pil­lay Pi­eter­mar­itzburg, KwaZulu-Natal Ja­cob

Zuma is not fit to be the pres­i­dent. He lacks hon­esty – he is full of fraud, cor­rup­tion and theft. He must go to school. His lead­er­ship is ques­tion­able. He is not fit to run South Africa. On his watch, it was the arms deal, Nkandla, Marikana, Gup­ta­gate, Omar al-Bashir and another Gup­ta­gate. He is not fit be­cause he did not carry out a ju­di­cial or­der and his gov­ern­ment dis­re­gards the Con­sti­tu­tion. He must be im­peached. Mashilo Rat­se­lane via SMS Yes.

Firstly, since this man took over there has been neg­a­tive eco­nomic growth.

There is a high level of res­ig­na­tions of se­nior staff in the public sec­tor, es­pe­cially in the army and in ed­u­ca­tion.

Thirdly, he shows dis­re­gard for the in­sti­tu­tions of the state, such as the Public Pro­tec­tor. He is mak­ing in­vestors re­treat with their cap­i­tal. He is wast­ing state rev­enue by mov­ing around the world try­ing to woo in­vestors. He is in­creas­ing public debt and the cost of liv­ing. Gen­er­ally, he is the dis­as­ter of the cen­tury. Theo Rivo­nia, Gaut­eng Ac­tu­ally,

if he had the coun­try’s in­ter­est at heart, he would re­sign. But he doesn’t – so let’s sup­port the im­peach­ment. It can’t go on the way it is. Tshep­ileng Soweto, Gaut­eng Zuma

and his stooges must be re­moved now. It’s time we peo­ple on the ground stood up and re­moved them.

Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma

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