What do Zuma de­fend­ers have to say now?

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Nox­olisa East­ern Cape hose who de­fended Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma knew very well they were not be­ing hon­est. How can we trust them in fu­ture if they can’t serve the coun­try with hon­esty and in­tegrity? Let them va­cate those of­fices on their own. How dis­grace­ful.

TTlou Ya Mam­phele via SMS They must apol­o­gise to the na­tion for in­sult­ing and ly­ing to us, and sim­ply re­sign and go home. Mswati Cwala via SMS We all knew that Zuma was sup­posed to pay back the money. The de­fend­ers also knew they were tak­ing the na­tion for a ride.

Re­mem­ber how Po­lice Min­is­ter Nkosi­nathi Nh­leko sweated dur­ing his at­tempt to de­ceive the na­tion?

It’s high time they re­alise that we may be silent, but we do know what is right. Pule James Bo­raki via SMS All those min­is­ters who wasted our tax money to re­morse­lessly de­fend lies and shame­lessly de­clare bla­tant lies must face im­me­di­ate ex­pul­sion.

Zuma must be crim­i­nally charged. He was sworn in, took the oath bind­ing him­self to pro­tect the Con­sti­tu­tion’s chap­ter 9 and he said, “so help me God!”

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