WHAT SHOULD Zuma? HAP­PEN TO

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VJ Nkondlo East­ern Cape I think it’s high time Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma step down be­cause he is not trust­wor­thy and does not un­der­stand the work­ings of the econ­omy. Kings­ley Kgosi­more North West I think now is the time for the pres­i­dent to do the honourable thing: re­sign. Fin­ish and klaar! Gla­dys Matlho North West I think he must re­sign to pre­serve his dig­nity and name. Drisilla Grobbe­laar Jo­han­nes­burg, Gaut­eng Pres­i­dent Zuma should leave of­fice as soon as pos­si­ble – if not im­me­di­ately. He is an em­bar­rass­ment to the of­fice of the pres­i­dent and an em­bar­rass­ment to the coun­try. Not to men­tion how he has de­stroyed the econ­omy by ar­bi­trar­ily sack­ing fi­nance min­is­ter Mr Nh­lanhla Nene – a de­ci­sion which was not Mr Zuma’s to make. H Themba Free State Re­sign, or be im­peached. Cor­nelius Moshane Free State Zuma has no al­ter­na­tive but to re­sign. Zuma must fall. Khahliso Moshe­sha Free State The law will take its course, but it is wrong to kick a man when he is down. Mind­ful of Jeremy Gauntlett’s ad­vice, I tend to agree with the ad­vo­cate. For­giv­ing is a very dif­fi­cult op­tion, but the re­wards are huge. In our young democ­racy, we need men and women of char­ac­ter to up­hold our in­tegrity as a na­tion. Xolelo Mqing­wana via SMS I think he should do the right thing to save the coun­try by re­sign­ing. Me­shack Malala Lim­popo We have no other op­tion but to ad­vise Pres­i­dent Zuma to step down to pro­tect our Con­sti­tu­tion. Dikeledi Gaut­eng Zuma should step down. We love the ANC, but he has failed us dis­mally. Please go. Som­ah­hashi Mbomvu Mel­moth, KwaZulu-Na­tal I think Pres­i­dent Zuma should re­sign as the pres­i­dent of the re­pub­lic, but he can re­main as pres­i­dent of the ANC un­til he has fin­ished his term. Com­rade Cyril Ramaphosa must take over. Zuma must re­sign be­cause he has no plan to run the coun­try. Mandla Mkhize Rusten­burg, North West Mr Ja­cob Zuma is a li­a­bil­ity, and has al­ways been as pres­i­dent of the state. He must be im­peached. TP Sereme Gaut­eng Pres­i­dent Zuma has no ca­pac­ity to re­vive the for­tunes of the coun­try. He must just step down, or be forced to do so. Lin­coln Sam East­ern Cape He should re­sign, show­ing re­spect for the rule of law and the Con­sti­tu­tion of the Re­pub­lic of South Africa, where the pres­i­dent should up­hold the rules gov­ern­ing

his of­fice and Par­lia­ment. Mokhethi Tsautse East­ern Cape It was ab­so­lutely wrong from the be­gin­ning to have a pres­i­dent who does not have a for­mal education. Education plays a ma­jor role in the con­scious­ness of a per­son, as it men­tors and guides. He makes wrong de­ci­sions be­cause he never con­sults – cor­rup­tion is rooted in him now. It is high time for the ANC to re­call him, as he con­tin­ues to em­bar­rass the or­gan­i­sa­tion. I strongly be­lieve that #Zuma/Zupta must fall to save our econ­omy. Ed­die Michael Western Cape Zuma should be sacked and then pros­e­cuted for all the crimes com­mit­ted since his pres­i­dency started. Thabo Mn­ina Tau Nonyane Lim­popo For the pride of our na­tion and, more im­por­tantly, the legacy of the ANC in achiev­ing this democ­racy, the pres­i­dent must re­sign. I be­lieve all will be for­given. Oth­er­wise, his­tory will judge him and the ANC badly. It will be a bad story to tell.

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