Should the SACP go it alone?
Morwa Dinoganoga Limpopo If the SA Communist Party (SACP) wants to be taken more seriously, it should stop being a nanny to the ANC. The governing party is not for the poor; it is for individuals who divide and rule. Parliament is not representative of all racial groups, so Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has made waves. Mahatma Gandhi said: “Fearlessness is the first requisite of spirituality. Cowards can never be moral.” The SACP has to be independent and make its own decisions to take South Africa forward. The time is ripe for the party to take over the reins. Debeila Maserishane Gauteng The SACP can’t go it alone because it is not sure who its members are. At least 80% carry dual membership. The party should have broken its alliance a long time ago. Sorry, but the SACP does not exist. George Mpumalanga The SACP should wake up and smell the coffee, and contest the elections. The ANC has become an oppressor. It will end up like the National Party. Time is running out for the SACP.