Is it time for a fe­male pres­i­dent in SA?

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Maxwell KwaZulu-Na­tal

The whole coun­try knows Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma has made such a gi­gan­tic mess as pres­i­dent of the ANC and the coun­try that his prob­lems will follow him to the grave. His first choice to suc­ceed him was Baleka Mbete, but he later doubted she would pro­tect him. So this “fe­male pres­i­dent” stuff is just a pub­lic re­la­tions stunt to sneak his wife in through the back door. All the ANC needs is a good, cred­i­ble, un­cap­tured pres­i­dent who will ex­tri­cate the coun­try from this eco­nomic quag­mire.

Di­neo Gaut­eng

It’s not time yet, es­pe­cially with the Zuma gov­ern­ment. They are all his cronies and they are all cor­rupt. A big NO.

Masan­gane Gaut­eng

I do no care who be­comes the ANC pres­i­dent as long as it is some­one who does not fall un­der the shadow of Zuma. In an ideal or true democ­racy, Thuli Madon­sela would make a great South African pres­i­dent. This com­mis­sion is the only plat­form that can save the in­no­cent sheep. The pur­pose of the Church is to teach the Word of God, and make peo­ple have faith in God, and not in tan­gi­ble things such as wa­ter, oils, Vase­line etc. All is spir­i­tual. Thanks for es­tab­lish­ing this com­mis­sion.

Em­son Chiloane Mpumalanga

Churches must abide by law and be reg­u­lated to avoid abuses. Church lead­ers should be called to or­der if they ex­ploit con­gre­gants. Some church mem­bers are al­ready brainwashed.

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