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Ndzaba Msuthu
 
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Who fooling whom?

08 April 2014, 10:11

Who fooling who

It was embarrassing to see the so called Zuma camp loose both court cases. It is no secret that Sdumo Dlamimini is a strong supporter of Jacob Zuma. This leaves us with many questions on our minds as to exactly what direction the ANC is taking as an organization itself.

Firstly is the issue of Mr Zwelinzima Vavi s suspension. According to the policies of the company that I work at, any individual found to have been involved in sexual activity inside the work premises is liable to immediate dismissal. There will be formal hearing where the evidences and witnesses will be presented. It does not matter whether the people involved were in in love. Now Mr Vavi ,I am not sure because he is elected in that position but I think the same rules will apply. This means I will disagree with those who support him because he is guilty of an offence as he also accepted that he had sexual intercourse with somebody in his office. The second charge against him is the issue of the building Cosatu occupy, also I don’t have facts about it, but where there is smoke possible there is fire. Based on the two issues, he should just resign, think he did apologised for the sex scandal that is good for him unlike Zuma, that in itself warrants him to be gentleman enough to resign and regroup his political. Maybe those who support him will have different view but I don’t want to hear anything about political conspiracy because he agreed to have had sex in his office. Here I am looking at the facts not bias.

The other issue is the case by ANC against Da for the sms the DA posted to around 1.5million prospective voters in Gauteng I don’t have the full case report but I understand the ANC lost the case. To a prospective voter like me, it gives the impression that the ANC is hiding something about the Nkandla scandal. This adds salt to the wound created by Zuma for not responding to Madonsela report. The issue that he was never told anything about the upgrades in his homestead is not understandable but he did tell them to remove a small window in his bedroom. That means he even never saw they building a swimming

 Pool, cattle kraal, and the others. That means he is running away from the truth. As a custodian of his homestead he takes responsibility for anything that happens there.

Its time leaders to take responsibility for their actions and lead by example. They must act like adults and leaders in the broader community and stop acting like kids ”a child will steal sweets, when you ask why did you still sweets, they will respond by saying , I did not steal any sweets whereas he/she still has sweets in his/her mouth, instead they will say somebody gave us the sweets.

Thanks………………………………………….

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