Expect nothing good from the media about President Jacob Zuma, as they (media) are out to obtain maximum profit for their business thus throwing allegations and accusations on the Zuma government.
They break new grounds on any issue, most journalists are bribed by political parties and factions to further the interest of the minorities by demoralizing President Jacob Zuma and ANC, this is intolerable. The media will stop at nothing; expect the worst from them as they are all out to manipulate the ANC for the upcoming IEC elections.
The Deputy editor of City press who is also an author of the book “Zuma exposed” will stop at nothing to publish and approve the articles which are Anti-Zuma. City Press recently published the story of THE NEW AGE’s business breakfast which is sponsored by State owned Enterprises (SOE’s) namely Transnet, Eskom and SABC. This has nothing to do with President Zuma but because the TNA (The New Age) owners have a close relationship with Jacob Zuma the media has made Zuma the scapegoat. Again, Mail & Guardian has published a R1bn tender which saw Zuma’s friend Vivian Reddy benefiting from it, it’s no surprise that this allegation was aimed at ruining Zuma’s reputation, it’s unacceptable.
From the tender deals, who must benefit from them if not the members of the ANC and Zuma friends? As long as the accused is the Zuma ally, it automatically makes Zuma the culprit which is exceedingly wrong.
The media is using president Zuma’s affairs to ruin the ANC, they are causing conflicts among the societies by publishing anything bad that has to do with the sitting president. Zuma’s 1st term hasn’t come to an end, but how must he lead this country while mere factions pulling the string in all angles? How can Zuma successfully achieve his objectives for the country when other parties are not giving him a chance to do so?
Hands off ANC and its leaders!
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