Zuma driv­ing SA to eco­nomic death

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It seems as if Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma, pic­tured, ren­ders the pre­sump­tion of, when R1 mil­lion in debt, you are a mil­lion­aire. Your flashy life­style might re­flect a mil­lion­aire but the fact is you need R1 mil­lion in in­ter­est just to get back to empty.

Yet Zuma has no scru­ples in driv­ing South Africa into debt and sud­den eco­nomic death.

Don’t ex­pect any more in­come tax hon­esty in South Africa, Zuma.

We all learn from the num­ber one dodger. The R50 bil­lion tax short­fall is just the be­gin­ning.

The Bell Pot­tinger gospel preach­ing pro­ceeds via Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s me­dia in­ter­views.

The term rad­i­cal eco­nomic trans­for­ma­tion stems from the ANC and Zuma de­fends it.

Don’t make us laugh, Zuma, we all know by now that the ANC col­lects slo­gans.

The wood­carver who sells his art­work along the South African tourist routes to vis­i­tors from abroad is worth more than a thou­sand Gup­tas.

The wood­carver brings in for­eign cap­i­tal while the Gup­tas take South African money out of our coun­try.

Franz MB Jackel

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