Is Lindiwe Sisulu the best per­son for the job?

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John van Wyk Western Cape

I think Lindiwe is a good can­di­date to be Cyril’s deputy. She is beau­ti­ful, but above all prin­ci­pled. She will def­i­nitely do well for the ANC’s tar­nished im­age.

GK Gqa­mane Eastern Cape

She has grown up in the ANC. She is pas­sion­ate about it. She will never be non­cha­lant when the or­gan­i­sa­tion is dy­ing. Her name does not ap­pear any­where where there is cor­rup­tion. She knows the poli­cies and tra­di­tions of the move­ment. I think she is the epit­ome of the women who are ready to gov­ern.

Elvis North West

Any­body who wants to lead the ANC must just be some­one who is not go­ing to per­pet­u­ate the cur­rent tra­jec­tory but take the party com­pletely away from the cur­rent machi­na­tions. Also, I think she is not go­ing to make it be­cause there are two streams to the ANC’s De­cem­ber con­fer­ence – NDZ and CR17, and the lat­ter seems to be the hold­ing can­di­date.

Eric Klaas Western Cape

No one from the bunch of peo­ple who call them­selves ANC will lead the coun­try to pros­per­ity. Like oth­ers of her kind, Lindiwe was there when her party dragged the coun­try down the drain, and said noth­ing and did noth­ing – be­cause she, like oth­ers, was pro­tect­ing her bread. There­fore, there is no way that she can gain the trust of up­right, think­ing cit­i­zens. Like a dam­aged car en­gine, this or­gan­i­sa­tion needs a ma­jor over­haul.

Robin Jou­bert KwaZulu-Na­tal

Lindiwe is a much bet­ter bet than Nkosazana. She is young, more pro­gres­sive and for­ward-think­ing and she is a woman with good fight­ing DNA.

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