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FGe­orge Mtsweni Gaut­eng P3 irst it was Qedani Mahlangu, now its Batha­bile Dlamini. One won­ders how many more in­com­pe­tent, neg­li­gent “ministers” are out there? Dlamini’s case will not have any re­me­dial im­pact on any po­ten­tial cri­sis, be­cause as long as they are not ex­posed, they feel they have the loom­ing cri­sis un­der con­trol. SS Masan­gane Gaut­eng Pay­ing the cost of the court ap­pli­ca­tion will in no way pre­vent fu­ture crises, but will def­i­nitely act as a de­ter­rent. Too much pub­lic money has been wasted. Gao­lalhe North West Dlamini has to pay the costs of the court ap­pli­ca­tion, but be­cause ac­count­abil­ity in South Africa is meant for ju­nior of­fi­cials and those forces on the left, she will vi­o­late the Con­sti­tu­tional Court’s de­ci­sion – as is the norm with our lead­ers – and she will not pay. Lunga Western Cape Dlamini should not pay be­cause it is just go­ing to mo­ti­vate them to make more blun­ders. The money comes from us tax­pay­ers and, who knows, Cash Pay­mas­ter Ser­vices might pay on her be­half. Enos Free State Yes, she has to pay for the court ap­pli­ca­tion and that will ring the bell for oth­ers. We can­not for­ever al­low peo­ple en­trusted with au­thor­ity to mis­use our trust and re­sources. They will con­tinue to ne­glect their du­ties and use our re­sources to de­fend their neg­li­gence in courts. Our gov­ern­ment is be­ing run by com­mu­nity groups, not by elected peo­ple. They live on a dif­fer­ent planet. Cle­ment T Tl­hoaele Gaut­eng She must pay. It will set a good prece­dent to teach oth­ers a les­son. Their mis­de­meanours are tan­ta­mount to rap­ing the loyal vote. I cast my vote for the ANC be­cause of the many great erst­while lead­ers of our move­ment. I don’t want to be made a home­less po­lit­i­cal va­grant ow­ing to this ar­ro­gance. Oupa Mooketsi via SMS Yes, she must pay for the ap­pli­ca­tion be­cause it will make politi­cians think be­fore they act.

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