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Twit­ter: @Ci­ty_Press Facebook: facebook.com/city­press.co.za spokesper­son Carl Niehaus. We have the most beau­ti­ful coun­try in the world, gifted with won­der­ful peo­ple and an abun­dance of nat­u­ral re­sources. And yet we stag­nate be­cause of a few cor­rupt politi­cians and their ap­pointees. The time has come to lock them all up and throw the keys away for the sake of the coun­try’s poor and un­em­ployed.

Mofiki Isaac Radebe


I think if the former pres­i­dent is found guilty of cor­rup­tion, the ANC must send him to jail and throw the keys away.

Vhahulu Tshiv­hula via SMS

The ANC should take him to the in­tegrity com­mit­tee, which must find him guilty of bring­ing the move­ment into dis­re­pute, and fire him and his lackey Carl Niehaus who is try­ing to be Zuma’s pro­pa­ganda mouth­piece. Birds of a feather flock to­gether.

Poppy Mocumi via SMS

My ques­tion is: “What is it that is usu­ally done to a per­son found guilty of what­ever crime?” Doesn’t that per­son get sen­tenced? I mean, we are all equal be­fore the law. If found guilty, the former pres­i­dent must be jailed and serve his prison term. Ac­tu­ally, he must be given the harsh­est sen­tence. How do you break the law for which you are the cus­to­dian? Here we are not talk­ing about an or­di­nary ci­ti­zen. Let us give the courts time to do their job and give the former pres­i­dent the ben­e­fit of the doubt. He’s been ask­ing for his day in court to clear his name. Now it’s the time. No victim­play­ing this time.



When found guilty for in­volve­ment in cor­rup­tion, Zuma must get a min­i­mum of 15-years jail sen­tence and all his as­sets must be traced, seized and sold to re­fund gov­ern­ment. All min­is­ters and friends in­volved must be jailed. Make an ex­am­ple that South Africa will not tol­er­ate cor­rup­tion.

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