How do you feel about Molefe’s re­ac­tion?

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Masan­gane Sello Gaut­eng This was no or­di­nary fam­ily friend­ship; trans­ac­tional. it was Gwen Mbetha via SMS Brian Molefe was shed­ding tears of guilt. He has not ex­er­cised his fidu­ciary du­ties, and his loy­al­ties seem not to be to South Africa but to in­di­vid­u­als. Cedrick Gaut­eng Molefe is not a saint. He came to Eskom to as­sist the Gup­tas in cap­tur­ing Eskom. His pre­de­ces­sor, Tshediso Ma­tona, was fired be­cause he could not ex­e­cute the man­date from Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma. Khal­iso Moshe­sha Free State Molefe is over­re­act­ing be­cause, al­though the Pub­lic Pro­tec­tor’s re­port is fi­nal, it is not con­clu­sive. He still has an op­por­tu­nity to set the record straight. It was re­ally an in­sult to the pub­lic to call a press con­fer­ence to try to rub­bish the re­port. The prob­lem with cor­rup­tion is that it de­vel­ops a stupid and stub­born men­tal­ity. His ca­reer pro­file in­di­cates a man who can face any storm and sur­vive. Lead­er­ship is all about ac­count­abil­ity and noth­ing about right or wrong. Sid­ney Western Cape If there is no she­been near the Gupta com­pound, Brian is cap­tured also. Maria Gaut­eng Molefe’s crocodile tears dis­gust me. He is cor­rupt and has been cap­tured. He must stop act­ing like a drama king and stand up to the mess they cre­ated. He is a dis­grace and rot­ten to the core. He got what he de­served.

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