Weekend Witness - - Opinion - ROBERT NI­CO­LAI How­ick XO­LILE HADEBE Pi­eter­mar­itzburg

AH, ha. You now see how wrong we were to crit­i­cise I WOULD like to wish all the best to all the Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma for ban­ning pho­tog­ra­phers from 2013 ma­tric pupils for tak­ing the ex­ams ser­i­tak­ing pic­tures of his Nkandla homestead. With so ously up to the end. This was the last week many fas­cist pho­to­graphic as­sas­sins out to get Czech of ex­ams, so most of them are plan­ning to busi­ness­man Radovan Kre­j­cir with tele­scopic ri­fles dishave a lit­tle celebration, but I won­der who guised as cam­eras, I feel that Nkandla se­cu­rity should told them that cel­e­bra­tions with­out al­co­hol be fur­ther tight­ened. An anti­satel­lite mis­sile de­fence are not vir­tu­ous. Pupils should re­mem­ber sys­tem would stop for­eign in­tel­li­gence agen­cies spy­ing that hap­pi­ness can be cre­ated, but will not on our Num­ber One leader. Spy satel­lites must never be for­ever. The jour­ney they are about to be al­lowed to in­fringe on his pri­vacy. In fact, ab­so­lute­take now is to de­cide on a fu­ture ca­reer. I ly no in­tel­li­gence of any kind should ever be al­lowed urge all ma­tric­u­lants not to over party and in­side the Nkandla­spon­si­ble.for­get to be

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