Should Number 1 be impeached?
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