Wo­man power will rise with NDZ

Sunday Tribune - - LETTERS -

WOMEN power lead­er­ship has been miss­ing in the po­lit­i­cal arena for a con­sid­er­able time.

It had a vast im­pact on the coun­tries and peo­ple of Cey­lon, the UK, In­dia and Ger­many.

By far the ma­jor­ity of men in South Africa will not em­brace women power. This is ques­tion­able and de­bat­able.

How­ever, with her vast knowl­edge, in­ter­na­tional re­spect and years of ex­per­tise, South Africa is blessed to have the most like­able can­di­date in Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma for the pres­i­dent’s of­fice.

She will do South Africa proud and be the envy of her male coun­ter­parts. She is a peo­ple’s cham­pion.

As in Is­lam and Hin­duism, the first and fore­most in life’s jour­ney is the mother: em­brace her and you have em­braced God.

We must em­brace women power as Dlamini Zuma will lead South Africa to great heights and bring about san­ity in the po­lit­i­cal arena.

Her po­lit­i­cal wis­dom and ap­pre­ci­a­tion of the plight of the poor will ben­e­fit all.

South Africa will ex­cel un­der her lead­er­ship and poverty is likely to be erad­i­cated for good. South Africans will be able to walk tall and boast to the world of our eco­nomic free­dom and growth.

I’ve known this gi­ant of a wo­man since the early 1990s in the ANC of­fices in Field Street, Dur­ban. The good doc­tor will heal any or all ills that af­fect us here in South Africa.

Her charm and charisma are re­spected in the coun­try and around the world.

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