ANC factions could abuse policy conference
Ammon ka Msulumane Mhaule Mpumalanga The term “radical economic transformation” has been used on every platform by every senior member of the governing party. It has become a joke to South Africans. Talking is easy and simple, but action is difficult. Whoever made the term popular within the ANC gave the members of the party a term that we are now being served daily, like breakfast.
The word ‘radical’ means affecting the fundamental nature of something, ‘economic’ means relating to economics or the economy and ‘transformation’ means a marked change in form, nature, appearance.
If Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma wants to be president, I believe she will have to refrain from using these words and conduct her own campaign based on the realities faced by society and the situation in our country. We do not need terms. Society needs tangible things that can help us understand where we are going. Our country is facing a disaster and we need prompt action to prevent this. Don Mzekandaba Gauteng Dlamini-Zuma’s downfall is simply that she has a bad last name. If she succeeds through the use of Zupta tactics, it will be the end of the ANC as we know it today. Lesibe Nawa Mpumalanga Provincial ANC structures are working hard to come up with policies that will change the lives of our people. We also wish to see these policies implemented by those in government. The policy conference will be a huge success. Policies are the main priority, nothing else. Sizwe Fono Eastern Cape I think the ANC should look at regulating land ownership by placing a limit on the hectares individuals are permitted to own. The rest must be given back to the government for sharing among those in need. Letladi Mphahlele Gauteng We are tired of crime, corruption, short sentences given to criminals, the influx of undocumented immigrants and drugs in this country. In 2019 we are not going to vote for a party because it liberated us; we are going to check what policies they are going to implement in government. Yes, I agree the estate must be equally distributed among his children and latest wife because I don’t think all that belongs to one woman. As for Gogo? No! Go back home Mama Ngubani.
It is a disgrace that an 84-year-old lady should be manhandled and pushed out on to the street by a sheriff and six men. It is unacceptable behaviour. Six men and two grandsons? This is a disgrace. Is this the way a “sheriff” works? Aikona! Please investigate.
Bichard Mgaga Gauteng
The late minister’s mother is an opportunist and a sadist. She took advantage of a misunderstanding between Sicelo Shiceka and his wife. When her son passed on, she believed that was the opportunity to benefit from the estate, which actually belongs to the children. Let her relocate to her house in the Eastern Cape.
Vukile Mbaxa Eastern Cape
I think Nomampondo should go to her Eastern Cape home which was built by her son, Shiceka.
Molefe Matlou via SMS