No new jet for Zuma
Joyce Dikotsi Free State Let President Jacob Zuma use the Falcon 900. It has been serviced. If the president can’t stand Inkwasi’s dust, what about us staying in dusty streets day in and day out? Instead of a new jet, let that money be allocated to create jobs. That R4 billion can be used to give hope to other people. There is instability at our universities, yet the president wants the jet. There is no logic in that. Buying the jet is going to resuscitate the Nkandla issue and Parliament will become disruptive. Is that what he enjoys? S Khumalo Gauteng I believe a plane’s life span is about up to 40 years. If Inkwazi needs “repairs”, then so be it. We can’t buy a new plane every time Zuma sulks. First World countries don’t even do this. Pius Litlhokoa North West No presidential jet. Let the president address the country’s problems and stop ripping the economy apart. Does our president have a brain between his ears? Jen Hallowes KwaZulu-Natal An estimate should be done on how much Zuma costs the country and measured against what value he adds. I am positive even the most faithful supporter would say “no jet” and understand that the country would be much better off without Zuma.
President Jacob Zuma