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Time for DA black lead­ers to go

Black mem­bers of the DA in top po­si­tions must start plan­ning [to hav­ing to deal with their mem­ber­ship can­celled like the party did to Pa­tri­cia de Lille]. If they don’t start plan­ning for the fu­ture, then I rest my case. – Mr B

We must re­spect our pres­i­dent

A sit­ting pres­i­dent of the coun­try elected by the ma­jor­ity of the elec­torate should be respected, no mat­ter where he/she comes from. We elected and sup­ported wrong and cor­rupt peo­ple for too long in the past. – AM Mvila

Aunt Pat is lead­ing by ex­am­ple

Hur­ray! Pa­tri­cia de Lille, you have shown that you can stand your ground, even in the face of un­cer­tainty. Let us learn from her and never give racists a chance. We will support you into the fu­ture Aun­tie Patty. – Anony­mous

Kriel suf­fers a men­tal dis­or­der

Afri Fo­rum CEO Kal­lie Kriel must go for psy­chi­atric ob­ser­va­tion. For him to say there were no mass killings un­der apartheid is psy­chotic. To him, 600 black peo­ple mas­sa­cred by apartheid regime means noth­ing. – Mr B

A clear dec­la­ra­tion of war

Your head­line: “No mass killings un­der apartheid”, left me flab­ber­gasted and aghast. Kal­lie Kriel is peeling off our wounds that have been sep­tic for decades. This is a dec­la­ra­tion of war. – Shaluza, Mabeskraal

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