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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