‘Don’t sus­pend her, she’s a woman’

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Ud­lala Ngom­sebenzi via SMS Crime is crime – with­out gen­der con­sid­er­a­tion. T Mo­foka Gaut­eng It does not make sense, es­pe­cially when the call is for the next pres­i­dent to be a woman. Anele Siy­otula Eastern Cape I just won­der where the ANC is tak­ing this coun­try to. This makes me sick. I wish I had not read it. Does the per­son who raised this have brains? So, it’s dif­fer­ent laws for women? Sharna Western Cape Ab­so­lute balder­dash. One can­not be ex­empt from wrong­do­ing based on gen­der. The law must take its course. MPs should be en­forc­ing the law and lead­ing by ex­am­ple. Nontsasa Ntuli Eastern Cape Dis­ci­plinary pro­ce­dures ap­ply equally to all who are paid from state funds. Some­thing is ter­ri­bly wrong with the rul­ing party. A van Staden Gaut­eng A per­son placed in a po­si­tion of trust, who does the things as men­tioned, is to be re­moved and in­ves­ti­gated and, if found guilty by a court, sent to jail. It is ab­surd not to sus­pend her just be­cause she is a woman. If women who are em­pow­ered use their po­si­tion to de­fraud govern­ment to en­rich them­selves, it must be stopped at all costs. Typ­i­cal ANC cover-up tac­tics are used in this case. All govern­ment em­ploy­ees who are de­fraud­ing the state should be sus­pended, in­ves­ti­gated and, if found guilty, sent to prison as they were put in a po­si­tion of trust.

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