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Khahliso Moshe­sha Free State

He lacks lead­er­ship and man­age­rial skills. He is an op­er­a­tive, not a man­ager.

He en­joys the as­sur­ance he gets for all his de­ci­sions.

He un­der­stands, thrives and takes ad­van­tage of “African” gulli­bil­ity.

His big­gest en­e­mies are the peo­ple around him. They re­gard him as the goose that lays the golden eggs. The ad­vice they give is driven by the re­wards they will re­ceive.

Ziphilele Bot­toman via SMS

It was the e-tolls, fol­lowed by the Marikana mas­sacre, the ex­pul­sion of Nh­lanhla Nene as fi­nance min­is­ter with­out any ex­pla­na­tion and the sign­ing of an act to con­trol work­ers’ pen­sions. Ar­ro­gance, ig­no­rance and a lack of education.

Steve Makua Sekhukhune, Mpumalanga

Per­sonal self-in­ter­est and self­en­rich­ment with­out due re­gard for the coun­try he leads.

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