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Ja­cob Zuma a dis­grace

It is a shame and dis­grace to call Ja­cob Zuma the pres­i­dent of South Africa. Our coun­try de­serves bet­ter. Zupta does not have any lead­er­ship qual­i­ties. He is just a dic­ta­tor. – Nor­man Mat­se­bula, Or­lando

Sowe­tan dis­ap­points us

When did the Sowe­tan news­pa­per stop be­ing fam­ily friendly? What are our chil­dren sup­posed to learn from the publi­ca­tion of semi-nude im­ages? –Kole

Do some­thing about loot­ers

The Speaker of the Na­tional As­sem­bly, Baleka Mbete, and Deputy Pres­i­dent Cyril Ramaphosa must do some­thing about their cor­rupt pres­i­dent and his loot­ing min­is­ters. –Pwa Mmolot­sane

Do­mes­tic’s dog sex hor­ror

I liken the rapes and dog sex that the do­mes­tic worker al­legedly suf­fered to the hor­rors of dic­ta­tor Adolf Hitler’s gas cham­bers. – Moses Carelse, Kim­ber­ley

Son’s be­hav­iour dis­rup­tive

Dear par­ents, your lack of co­op­er­a­tion in help­ing keep your son on the straight and nar­row has had a neg­a­tive im­pact on the learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment. Your son’s dis­rup­tive be­hav­iour is ex­tremely con­ta­gious and fa­tally paralysing. The ball is in your court, dear par­ents, to in­stil a sense of pur­pose in your son. – Tim Toad, Sil­ver­lakes

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