Jimmy Manyi a racist - Trevor Manuel

2011-03-02 09:25

Cape Town - Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel has labelled government spokesperson Jimmy Manyi a racist, comparing him to former president and architect of apartheid, HF Verwoerd.

In a letter published in the Mercury newspaper, Manuel lashed out at Manyi's remarks about an "over-supply" of coloureds" in the Western Cape.

Manyi made the remarks during an interview with Freek Robinson on KykNet last year, while he was president of the Black Management Forum (BMF) and a director-general in the Labour Department.

The ANC distanced itself from the remarks and has apologised on Manyi's behalf.

Here is the full text of the letter:

"Dear Jimmy,

Let us drop titles for the purpose of a necessary exchange. So let us forget for now that I am a cabinet minister and that you are a director-general equivalent, in the same government.

I want to address you simply as a compatriot South African.

I want to draw to your attention the fact that your statements about “an over-concentration of coloureds” are against the letter and spirit of the South African Constitution, as well as being against the values espoused by the Black Management Forum (BMF) since its inception.

That you were a director-general of the Department of Labour, as well as the president of the BMF at the time when you made these statements is quite a mystery.

It is a mystery because I must assume that you were elected as president of the BMF, without any familiarity with the history and constitution of that organisation; and that you were appointed as director-general of the Department of Labour, without any familiarity with the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa or the legislation administered by the department.

I observe from a Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) press release, that Mr Vusi Mona issues in his own name, that you apologise for the statement because “some people may have taken offence”. This continued negative behaviour merely serves to confirm the values that you hold, or more precisely, lack.

Firstly, why Mr Mona had to issue a statement is beyond comprehension since you distinctly did not utter those racist sentiments as an official of the GCIS.

Secondly, that you lack the moral conviction to publicly apologise says so much about your acute lack of judgement.

Thirdly, that the statement apologises only for the fact that “some people may have taken offence” says to me that you clearly fail to appreciate the extent to which your utterances are both unconstitutional and morally reprehensible.

These “things”, (as the ANC statement says, your utterances reduce people to being mere commodities) in your view, “the coloureds who are over-concentrated in the Western Cape”, are the sons and daughters of those who waged the first anti-colonial battles against the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British when they set foot on our shores.

These “things”, which so irritate you, include many who made huge sacrifices in the struggle against apartheid, at a time when people with views like Jimmy Manyi were conspicuous by their absence from the misery of exile, the battles at the barricades and from apartheid’s jails. By the way, what did YOU do in the war, Jimmy?

I want to put it to you that these statements would make you a racist in the mould of HF Verwoerd. I want to put it to you that you have the same mind that operated under apartheid, never merely satisfied with inflicting the hurt of forced removals and the group areas act, would encamp language groups so that horrible aberrations, such as Soshanguve, were created to accommodate “non-Tswanas” in their own little encampments in greater Mabopane.

Mr Manyi, you may be black, or perhaps you aren’t, because you do not accept that label and would prefer to be “only a Xhosa”. Whatever the label you choose, I want to put it to you that your behaviour is of the worst-order racist.

I refer to you in this way because those of us who found our way into the struggle through the Black Consciousness Movement have always understood the origin of the Black Management Forum, as we have understood and supported the ANC documents that speak of “blacks in general, and Africans, in particular”. Regrettably, in your understanding the term “black” has quite a different meaning. As a consequence of your behaviour, people like me – in the ANC and in government – are being asked to explain what was in the mind of the drafters of the amendments to the Employment Equity Act.

We were present at the point of the debate of the first Employment Equity Bill; we expressed a complete comfort with the assignment of “designated groups” to include “black people” which means “Africans, Coloureds and Indians” because it served as a representation of our constitutionality and as the fruits of our struggle.

When, in your capacity as chairperson of the Employment Equity Commission, you made strange utterances that sought to carve away the basic premise of the Employment Equity Act, we should have been more vigilant.

The just and constitutionally obligated provisions for redress are not and can never be an excuse to perpetuate racism.

Now, in the light of the utterances you made when you were the DG of the Department of Labour, and given the fact that the amendments to the Employment Equity Act were drafted during your tenure, I have a sense that your racism has infiltrated the highest echelons of government.

Count me among those who, in spite of my position, will ensure that parliament acts in the letter and spirit of our constitution when it adopts amendments to the act.

I have never waged any battle from the premise of an epithet that apartheid sought to attach to me but I will do battle against the harm you seek to inflict. When I do so, it is not as a coloured but as a non-racist determined to ensure that our great movement and our constitution are not diluted through the actions of racists like you.

I have been prepared to sacrifice before for the cause of the kind of society articulated in the Freedom Charter. It is not a cause that has ended. I have simply not been called upon to make the same kind of sacrifices since 1990. I must declare my willingness to make sacrifices now in deference to the opening lines of the Freedom Charter that boldly declare that “South Africa belongs to all who live in it”.

I now know who Nelson Mandela was talking about when he said from the dock that he had fought against white domination and that he had fought against black domination.

Jimmy, he was talking about fighting against people like you."

  • Frank - 2011-03-02 09:32


      GetitRight - 2011-03-03 08:22

      @Mantashe....Manuel on his own you say?....He he he he! scared of Julius OLD MAN. We all know how he SAVAGED you the last time you tried to address the young lions on a matter of principle. Or you trying to keep your job as ANC Secretary-General because Julius's side kick Mbalula is campaigning for the position of ANC Secretary-General. No backbone hey? Whatever happened to standing up for issues on principle as the STALWARTS in the ANC OF OLD use to do....people like TAMBO...MANDELA...SISULU....GOVAN MBEKI...etc. They debated...they decided on issues as matters of PRINCIPLE. You lot are morally BACKBONE. Even the KIDS determine how your'll react to issues that require attention. Your'll may as well get out the BLUESTONE or resort to CULLING the 'coloureds" in the Western and Northern Cape as the kind of people now occupying the echelons within the ANC will see that the ANC never wins the WESTERN CAPE....even in the next 100 years. Why does the ANC not also try FORCED may help to bring the "coloured" population lower in the Western Cape.....even maybe try it with the Zulu's in Kwa-Zulu Natal to see whether it will work. "Over surplus"..."relocate to other provinces"....He he he he! You lot are beginning to sound just like the NATIONAL PARTY OF OLD. He he he he!...different time...different faces...SAME SHIT! The Veterans in the ANC must be wondering whatever became of the organization they debated policies for...they fought so hard to mould

  • Bachbabe - 2011-03-02 09:34

    Go Trevor!!!!!!

      Warren - 2011-03-02 19:27

      I know this is sort of off the subject but has anybody bothered to ask Jee-me Manyi of his thoughts on white & indian people? He probably has an issue with indians in Durban, but us whiteys, he probably (in his opinion) thinks we're in over supply in South Africa!!! Personally, I think the numerous Jimmy Manyi's of the ANC are in over supply, they don't even bother to hide it anymore!

      GetitRight - 2011-03-06 19:36

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  • Gail - 2011-03-02 09:35

    Well written letter!!!!!!!!!

  • kolobe - 2011-03-02 09:36

    these people will cost us the western cape

      rammstein.f4n - 2011-03-02 09:42

      Since you haven't already lost it eh?

      Felix - 2011-03-02 09:48

      You don't have the western cape. I think Nelson was also talking about you Kolobe.

      Mumford - 2011-03-02 09:53

      Go Trevor.rid this country of filth.

      IandI - 2011-03-02 09:58

      The govt blundered by appointing controversial Jimmy as spokesperson. He and Juju have no tact.I think there's an oversupply of stupid brain cells in their heads. Maybe they should top it by appointing Shabir Shaik as JZ's golf adviser, since all financial matters are said to be run by the Guptas.

      Psychotron - 2011-03-02 10:04

      Thank the lord for that.

      DeonL - 2011-03-02 10:06

      We must thank Malema too! He helped the DA with his remarks.

      Parko - 2011-03-02 10:24

      Are you only concerned with losing the western cape ? You're not concerned that a high profile member of the party you support is making openly racist statements ?

      Kaleidoscope - 2011-03-02 10:30

      @Kolobe - You can't lose something you never had! Idiot.

      Boerseun - 2011-03-02 10:55

      Yiu have no historical claim to it anyway.

      The Patriot - 2011-03-02 11:26

      These people, like you (Note your never ending barrage of racist comments) will cost the ANC the leadership of this country. Go Jimmy!!

      Alibaba - 2011-03-03 02:10

      Parko, he doesn't care about that because he is one of the brigade who reckons blacks cannot be racist - one of the brigade who voted Ghaddaffi into the chair of the UN Human Rights Committee.

  • Gert Steyn - 2011-03-02 09:36

    Wow, wow, wow. Minister Manuel has depth beyond belief, eloquence surpassing anybody I have ever heard. My deepest respect for him - this is a man I will follow to the end of the earth.

      Shistirrer - 2011-03-02 09:45

      Now, if the honourable minister Manuel will just put his money where his mouth is, and move over to the only non-racist party in South Africa - the DA.

      chris.debeer1 - 2011-03-02 09:51

      I agree with you. He has vision. He is a Great Man!!!

      AJ - 2011-03-02 10:03

      @Gert Steyn, what based on the content of one letter that he wrote because the racial group of which he is a member got 'dissed'? Save your 'undying' respect for someone that does NOT have to personally insulted before springing into action...

      Boerseun - 2011-03-02 10:55

      He prefers to stay in the ANC and that is where the problem lies.

  • Johann - 2011-03-02 09:37

    If only someone with Trevor's mentality ran for president.

      Boerseun - 2011-03-02 10:56

      In the ANC he will never get there, so I think he should join the DA.

  • CM - 2011-03-02 09:37


  • SuperCal - 2011-03-02 09:37

    Well done get my vote for president....there is no better of the two evils....a white racists or a black racists....they are still both deplorable uneducated idiots.

  • V. Zela - 2011-03-02 09:37

    The content of this letter looks like it was discussed between Trevor and Jimmy before it was sent. Don't be fooled it is called damage control

      rade8408 - 2011-03-02 10:25

      I doubt Jimmy would have been in any discussions that allow himself to basically be called a poser who did nothing during the struggle. Thats a pretty harsh insult for these guys.

      closedeye - 2011-03-02 11:12


      Susannomore - 2011-03-02 13:07

      Did you bother to read it all, or were the words too big for you to comprehend? Please ask someone to help you here.

  • nathang247 - 2011-03-02 09:37

    Damn, what a powerful letter. Jimmy after reading this I would slit my freaken wrists or resign. Thanks Trevor.

  • Andre' - 2011-03-02 09:37

    If you can convince the majority of your ANC pals to think along those lines we will be a long way on the road to peace & prosperity.

  • FatPenguin - 2011-03-02 09:38

    It seems the only people who get dismissed from government are the whistle blowers. You can say, do, buy or steal anything as long as you don't rat out the comrades. Maybe Trevor is trying to start a trend of holding government officials accountable and give them something more than a just slap on the wrist? I always liked Uncle Trev. I always thought he had good morals. 'snice.

      Zama - 2011-03-02 13:38

      is Trevor your uncle?

  • larrikin - 2011-03-02 09:38

    By the way, what did YOU do in the war, Jimmy? iyhoo!

      nathang247 - 2011-03-02 14:18

      Bwhahahaha, that was funny neh....[bitch slap]

      lmduplessis - 2011-03-04 00:00

      Hahaha, Jimmy got Owned by a member of the "oversupply brigade". BURN!

  • Makutu - 2011-03-02 09:38

    Thank you Trevor Manuel. We do not need people like Jimmy Manyi. I so wish that there could be a law saying that racists must be shot. I mean shoot to kill! Racists from all races, you are taking us backwards. Love overcomes everything. We all bleed red, lets love each other.

      Psychotron - 2011-03-02 10:05


      rade8408 - 2011-03-02 10:27

      Lol so in order to breed love you must wantonly slaughter people with differing beliefs from your own... OOOOKAY....

      Frox - 2011-03-02 13:19

      So warm and fuzzy...yet let's shoot to kill! Bit bipolar there buddy

  • Iann Leonards Pitout - 2011-03-02 09:40

    If this was only relevant to all South Africans, and practiced by all ANC members our country would have been great. But the minority are being slaughtered and pushed aside.

  • - 2011-03-02 09:40

    Hy vat nie k@k nie!!!

      Mercury01 - 2011-03-02 13:31

      Jimmy must feel like a asshole right now...

  • Tony de Waal - 2011-03-02 09:41

    wow, this is the only person in the whole of the ANC that actually knows what the hell he is talking about

      matla - 2011-03-02 10:03

      you dont know the ANC

      Boerseun - 2011-03-02 10:57

      @matla, you are wrong, we recognise evil when we see it.

  • 4daluvofSA - 2011-03-02 09:42

    lol...when an opportunity comes you way, grab it before someone else does! Tired of all these public figures, the good or the bad trying to use the media to gain peoples "love"..

  • Q - 2011-03-02 09:42

    Go Trevor.. lol.. nice read!!

  • willie werkie - 2011-03-02 09:43

    Uhm, News24, HF Verwoerd was prime minister and not president. He definitely was racist and Trevor is correct to group Manyi with Verwoerd. Will the message reach Zuma and will he do something about Manyi? Somehow I doubt it.

  • cialb - 2011-03-02 09:44

    these are the values that we MUST uphold if we are to survive as a just society and a true democracy! There is a disturbing new trend of intolerance and racism emerging in all quarters that, if left unchecked will lead to violence and destruction. This is what the old Liberals, as well as the ANC of the past stood for. Thank God for Trevor and others like him, who have the courage and moral backbone to speak out. Hopefully other will follow his example!

  • Calmone - 2011-03-02 09:44

    It is election time soon.(I must declare my willingness to make sacrifices now in deference to the opening lines of the Freedom Charter that boldly declare that “South Africa belongs to all who live in it”).Then as the freedom charter says treat us all the same,black,coloured,white, indian this country belongs to all of us and not the higher echelons of the ANC.

      Dan4 - 2011-03-02 09:57

      Yep Calmone - election time again!

      Gatvol - 2011-03-02 09:59

      It is election time and Trevor wrote this letter as an ANC minister to cotrol the damage Manyi has caused to the ANC's plan to take the Western Cape from the DA. That is the only reason why he wrote the letter.

  • Hackney - 2011-03-02 09:44

    So ja ... so trap jy n iemand se tjank af. You Go Trevor! Now please, go and get snappy with Malema, cuase that boy seriously needs an @ss whipping.

  • Allen - 2011-03-02 09:44


  • Vaal Donkie - 2011-03-02 09:44

    Nelson Mandela also fought against women and children in Church Street.

      Psychotron - 2011-03-02 10:06

      Yes I agree, another Iconic racist!!

      Boerseun - 2011-03-02 10:58

      Facts are facts, but then facts are not popular these days.

      closedeye - 2011-03-02 11:17


      Picasso - 2011-03-02 11:27

      Not just Church Street, Churches and shopping Centres also.

  • BTP - 2011-03-02 09:45

    i take my hat off to Trveor, he is a tru visionary and he would have my vote for president.

  • Wedfew - 2011-03-02 09:46

    Just get rid of this racist PGS... who has no idea what they doing...

  • n s - 2011-03-02 09:47

    "I must assume that you were elected as president of the BMF, without any familiarity with the history and constitution of that organisation" as so many other examples in this country. Trevor for president.

  • expatsa - 2011-03-02 09:47

    way to go's about time someone calls a spade a spade and shut Jimmy's trap once and for all....You're about the same age as myself Trevor, and were part of the real struggle, vehemently supported by the people of colour. You speak with legitimate authority and the having experience. Kuli and Jimmy are both racists and unfortunately tere's still a lot of them out there, whether white, black or pink....its time to get rid of all those insecure idiots.

  • Calmone - 2011-03-02 09:49

    Eish, now what?

  • Calmone - 2011-03-02 09:50

    It is election time soon.(I must declare my willingness to make sacrifices now in deference to the opening lines of the Freedom Charter that boldly declare that “South Africa belongs to all who live in it”).Then as the freedom charter says treat us all the same,black,coloured,white, indian this country belongs to all of us and not the higher echelons of the ANC.

      Dan4 - 2011-03-02 09:59

      Yep Calmone - election time again!

  • Appietrader - 2011-03-02 09:50

    A Theater act for the Western Province voters, or is this for real?

      Hardtail - 2011-03-03 09:17

      It is a lekker show, just read all these comments, complimenting old anc trev...tsk, one would think that all these vocal opponents of the anc, would be able to see window-dressing for what it is. a coloured minister, issuing a rebuke to a black spokesperson, to assuage the coloureds in the western/eastern/cape...the anc so desperately want to win the cape, this is their tactic to do so...wait and see.

      lmduplessis - 2011-03-04 00:12

      Even though we respect Trev more for this letter, we still won't be Voting ANC ever. Now if Trev left and either joined an existing party or formed his own, we'd be voting for that in a flash.

  • MaNdwandwe - 2011-03-02 09:50

    So Trevor... is there or is there not an over-supply of Coloureds in the WC?

      Pieter du Plessis - 2011-03-02 09:59

      Over supply? Hopefully your are making a joke. They were in the WC first, us (Black and White) came only later. By far most of the unemployed is in the other provinces and by black people, would you then say there is an over supply of black people in SA? I do respect the guts that TM had in doing this. Hopefully we will not hear the typical News24 racist comments here on this article.

      Mumford - 2011-03-02 10:14

      The day will come MaDwan! Dont mess with the Cape Coloreds .

      LogicBomb - 2011-03-02 10:20

      There is most certainly an over supply of unemployable ANC sheeple in the WC, bussed in non stop by your leaders in a futile attempt to wrest control of the only well run province in this country back for the ANC. Ain't gonna happen, take them back to the EC where they belong!

      rade8408 - 2011-03-02 10:36

      Pieter... that doesnt make any sense my friend... coloureds are a mixture of blacks (Darker skinned peoples) and whites(lighter skinned peoples). Thus they could not have been there before blacks and whites. Are you mistakenly thinking that all coloureds originate from the khoi-khoi(hottentots) people? @MaNdwandwe you are a racist ignorant pig for even using a term reserved for objects on people. And so was Jimmy.

      Boerseun - 2011-03-02 10:59

      There is an over supply of blacks. They have no historical claim to that area and are thus by default in over supply.

      Pieter du Plessis - 2011-03-02 11:30

      Rade8048 - point taken, yes when I said this I do refer to the Khoi people and not to the broader grouping (Which included mix, Malay etc). The point is that if you have to take the historical view, then the rest have actually "less" entitlement to the WC, but I do feel and know that this WC is my home and no one have made me feel otherwise - or should dare. But now for Manyi even if we accept he is racist, his comments on all levels i.e historical, unemployment etc remains invalid and false. The only motivation for his statement would have been for the current political sentiment in the WC. At least no one can say we live in a boring country.

      barneyk70 - 2011-03-02 11:30

      there is also over-supply of Zulus in KZN.INdians in and other races all over. leave the coloureds alone the WC is still top of the log.take them out then choas like the rest of RSA

      David.Nyembe - 2011-03-02 14:38

      There was also too many Jews in Germany at one point.

      Educated - 2011-03-02 14:41

      MaNdwandwe, is there or is there not an over supply of blacks in south africa? Your question makes no sense. Please keep quiet when the adults are speaking.

      Peter Mac - 2011-03-02 17:04

      MaNdwandwe - think before you write something. Then read it over. Then think again. Then press post comment. Mindless clattering on your keyboard/pad results in foolish comments and you invariably come out looking like a tool, as in this case.

      MeeMoo - 2011-03-03 15:24

      Are there an over supply of blacks in Africa

  • bundee99 - 2011-03-02 09:52

    If there was more people like Trevor in the ANC then I will vote for them. But the reality is that there are toooo moany like Jimmy Manyi!

      MaNdwandwe - 2011-03-02 09:55

      How many people like Trevor are there in the party you vote for bundee? At least the ANC has him. Your party probably has Trevor Noah!

      Mumford - 2011-03-02 10:08

      madwan...seems you feeling a bit choked under the collar.Is the noose tightening ?

      DeonL - 2011-03-02 10:14

      MaN, I will take Trevor Noah any day for president before JZ, Malema or Jimmy.

      Parko - 2011-03-02 10:30

      Trevor Noah is a comedian by profession , but Zuma's comments are actually funnier !!! ( shower preventing AIDS etc )

      Xolani - 2011-03-02 13:05

      @Parko, actually you are funnier Boet, JZ never said a shower prevents AIDS. If you can show me court transcripts where he actually said that. I will donate my month's salary to your charity organisation of choice Please show me, a link , referance, anything. Please

      MaNdwandwe - 2011-03-02 13:19

      So no one is gonna answer my question....(**shaking head**). How many people like Trevor are there in the party you vote for bundee?

      Educated - 2011-03-02 14:50

      Xolani, just google it. The whole world knows about jz's infamous shower but not you. hmm...

      Educated - 2011-03-02 14:52

      I'll answer your question. There are many dynamic leaders just like Trevor in the DA, MaNdwandwe. It's in fact the ANC where integrity is completely absent and that's why Trevor stick's out so much.

  • Mark Halbert - 2011-03-02 09:52

    Trevor Manual has finally realised that there are Verwoerdian racists in the ANC.It took him a long time to realise this and it happened only after Affirmative Action started to harm his particular racial group. Isnt it time that we started to recognise that there is only one race--the human race --and to treat everyone as brothers and sisters.

      Zion - 2011-03-02 17:18

      Overall, Trevor Manual's letter and statements to who was doing the fighting To prevent a take over of the Southern tip of Africa is way off the mark from a historical context. The Khoi-khoi in the cape at the time were not fighting the dutch but supporting them with labour etc and were being paid.

  • fab.fabstuff - 2011-03-02 09:52

    Ayeye Jimmy, go Mr Manuel:-)

  • ctjohn01 - 2011-03-02 09:52

    !?!?!???! - I'm nearly in TEARS!!! There is a light at the end of the tunnel - and dare I say - its not a train! Trevor, I've always had great respect for you, but now even more! THANK-YOU!

  • Maslow - 2011-03-02 09:52

    About time! Who's the business? Trev M is the business

  • Vaal Donkie - 2011-03-02 09:55

    This is just politicking by uncle Trevor ahead of the elections.

      White Oak - 2011-03-02 11:32

      Spot on...this is the same person that not so long ago pledged allegance to the ALL BLACKS against the BOKKE. WAT WOU!!Easy to bamboozel the sheeple,isn't it?

      Wonderboy - 2011-03-02 11:40

      We get duped every time by the ANC. This time they use Trevor to do it. We are Sooo gullible. When did he open his mouth or use his pen to condemn similar incidents? Why now? Just open your minds and think a bit.

  • isvanderwesthuizen9 - 2011-03-02 09:55

    Why don't you make a move to the DA Trevor? You would be a great President!

      AJ - 2011-03-02 10:05

      @isvanderwesthuizen9 : Getting peeved and putting your money where your mouth is are two totally different things.

  • Dr Filemon - 2011-03-02 09:56

    This letter shows statesmanship in the mould of Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King and I salute you, Trevor Manuel

      lmduplessis - 2011-03-04 00:17

      Now if only he'd leave the ANC

  • Mark Halbert - 2011-03-02 09:56

    Trevor Manual has finally realised that there are Verwoerdian racists in the ANC.It took him a long time to realise this and it happened only after Affirmative Action started to harm his particular racial group. Isnt it time that we started to recognise that there is only one race--the human race --and to treat everyone as brothers and sisters. - 2011-03-02 10:09

      He's known all along about the racists in ANC but has kept quiet. For a man of his intelligence, it's amazing he has put up with it for all these years.

  • Julie - 2011-03-02 09:57

    Jimmy Manyi on his own is an oversupply of ignorance

  • suspiciousme - 2011-03-02 09:57

    Happened to be waiting at the Gautrain station the other day when I saw a security guard harassing a young lady. Eventually walked over and asked her if she needed assistance. Her reply? "YOu know?!?! I was about to go all coloured on his ass!!!!" She was a coloured lady and now I know what she meant - Trevor just went all coloured on Jimmy's ass!!

      Dave - 2011-03-02 10:04


      Antoinette - 2011-03-02 10:22

      Hehehehehe........ :)

  • thundacat - 2011-03-02 09:57

    I think Roberts and Manyi should lay off the KFC for a while...all that steroids is affecting their already depleted brain cells..

      lmduplessis - 2011-03-04 00:18

      You mean the estrogen in the packaging.

  • Smindlo - 2011-03-02 09:57

    execute him, he is a bloody hell with BMF

  • Koos - 2011-03-02 09:58


      MaNdwandwe - 2011-03-02 13:20

      Thank you, then the ANC lives on!!! Yeah!!!

      MeeMoo - 2011-03-03 15:26

      @MaNdwandwe - at least this time the ANC will have intellect and a high IQ.

      lmduplessis - 2011-03-04 00:19

      President possibly Outside the ANC would be preferable.

  • Karin - 2011-03-02 09:58

    Trevor, please, please, please join the DA?! Imagine then that the DA wins the elections... Imagine a country where Zille and you call the shots. South Africa will truly become a world leader if this could happen.

      Enuff - 2011-03-02 11:54

      How awesome that would be - Helen, Patricia and Trevor! Now THAT would be leadership!

      lmduplessis - 2011-03-04 00:20

      SA would prob turn around right there and become a powerfull world leader on a par with any European country.

  • eben.brainou - 2011-03-02 09:58

    vat so Jimmy!!

  • Dave - 2011-03-02 09:58

    Holy Camolie....can anyone ever remember reading a letter such as this? From one ANC official to another? What will the fallout be I wonder? But damn, what a letter!