Zuma plays his cards

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S Mosia Free State The guilty will at all times try their best to ma­noeu­vre out of trou­ble like jack­als, but there are un­de­ni­able facts for all pro- or anti-Zuma to see. The world is agape and the hon­ourable aris­to­crats pre­tend there’s noth­ing wrong. Wake up South Africa. We are per­ish­ing. Ralet­satsi Lim­popo I think the op­po­si­tion should not worry them­selves about the se­cret bal­lot for now. It would not work, as on the con­trary, the re­moval of Ja­cob Zuma now will boost the rul­ing party in 2019. Al­low the party to tighten the noose around their necks in the real elec­tion. They are go­ing to be choked to death by the re­sults of the se­cret bal­lot in 2019. Give the rul­ing party a long rope to hang it­self. Mncedi Kupi Gaut­eng Zuma will al­ways credit oth­ers for en­sur­ing his po­lit­i­cal sur­vival. He is a pro­fes­sional liar who doesn’t care about any­one but him­self. Si­mon Nu­gridge Eastern Cape Great speech had it been given by Cyril Ramaphosa. In Zuma’s mouth it’s a joke. The el­ders want a ded­i­cated con­fer­ence to fix things. It’s like they are chil­dren, say­ing to each other: “Give them a chance then they will shut up.” The el­ders want a heav­ily fo­cused talk, not a joke ses­sion squeezed in as an af­ter­thought. The ANC will split again and South Africa will only have coali­tion pol­i­tics. One more split and the ANC will lose its ma­jor­ity. Vet­er­ans gave their lives for the ANC. It’s heart­break­ing and sad that Zuma was elected. But only the ANC is to blame. No white mo­nop­oly cap­i­tal voted him into power. Elvis North West Zuma is a low-class rub­bish pre­pared to de­stroy the coun­try for his self­ish nar­row in­ter­ests. I’ve been an ANC mem­ber for more than 30 years and I have never seen a mess like the prob­lem the ANC is cur­rently fac­ing. It is not the op­po­si­tion or white peo­ple. It is the slap­gath­eid of the party’s na­tional ex­ec­u­tive com­mit­tee, which has failed to stand up to this bully.

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