More Myeni egg on Zuma’s face

2017-09-05 06:01

IT comes as no surprise that Jacob Zuma’s personal trust that promised to support many needy students has collapsed, leaving them stranded.

What is surprising is that the president didn’t realise that while the incompetent Dudu Myeni he appointed was flying SAA into a massive stall, she was simultaneously expediting the collapse of his own trust.

He now has double the amount of mud on his face. Yet he sticks with Myeni, even selling the family silver to keep her in office.

China will no doubt step in and buy Telkom­, thank you very much. Six months ago the Guptas would have put up their hands; no longer, they are on the run.

One wonders how Mhlathuze Water Authority­ is doing.

BARRIE LEWIS

Hilton

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