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Zuma rating shows slow decline - survey

2011-12-22 21:40

Johannesburg - President Jacob Zuma's approval rating in metro areas has shown a slow decline since September, according to a survey by marketing group TNS.

"President Zuma's approval level for October/November stabilised at 48% of metro adults, compared with 45% in September in a year of greater stability in the readings," TNS head of innovation Neil Higgs said of the survey released on Thursday.

"The September figures showed a drop to 45% with the net positive reading dropping to just four percent. The October/ November reading at 48% is just on the overall average for the year."

Higgs said that in 2009 Zuma's approval levels were good when they averaged in the mid-fifties.

The survey was conducted among a sample of 2 000 South Africans, interviewing them face-to-face in their homes, from the seven major metropolitan areas.

"The latest reading was conducted in the last week of October and the first week in November. This time period coincides with the president's reshuffle of the Cabinet," said Higgs.

Higgs said political views in South Africa tended to have a strong correlation with race.

Race

"The latest reading for blacks is effectively unchanged and has been very stable for the whole year. The figures for whites reflect an improvement to the best levels of the year," said Higgs.

"For coloureds, sentiment has shifted positively after a low reading in September. For Indians/Asians, there is more volatility but the latest reading is much better than the all-time low achieved in September."

Differences by area indicate there are small rises in most of Gauteng except Soweto where there is a notable drop.

While Cape Town also shows a modest rise and Durban shows a notable rise after a drop in September, whilst the Eastern Cape shows a decline, said Higgs.

"Overall, Gauteng and Durban have the highest approval levels. Cape Town has by far the poorest figures."

Higgs said people aged 18 to 34 years were the most positive at 53% (52% in September) whilst those aged 60 years and more are the least positive at 40% (up from the 30% of September).

"In terms of language group, the most positive are those whose home language is isiZulu at 68% (66% in September) and Tswana speakers (63%). Of the other black language groups, the approval level sits at 55%."

Younger people were still more favourably disposed to the president compared with other age groups, said Higgs.

The study has a margin of error of under 2.5% for the results found in the total sample.

Comments
  • Geronimo - 2011-12-22 21:54

    Approval (or disapproval) figures won't make a jot of a difference... come general election time, the vote will again largely go along racial lines...with the vast majority voting for a party they feel they owe a life debt of votes for... and the ineptitude, corruption and nepotism will continue unbridled. SA truly needs a strong black opposition party for the sake of real democracy. It's a shame race has to be a factor at all, but hey, that's just the way it is for now.

      maseratifittipaldi - 2011-12-22 22:10

      Race does not have to be a factor, Geronimo. If only we can make the majority see that Politicians, and especially the ANC, are the enemy. Once political parties are scrapped we can establish a proper democracy and get our government operating at a greatly enhanced efficiency, to the benefit of the whole country.

      Bongani - 2011-12-22 22:54

      @Graziella. I have been sharing that same feeling the last two days. But you and I have to realise that the whites that come on here and call us all these bad things, are mostly from Australia and New Zealand and then a few Afrikaners that can't let go of Apartheid. We can not base our vote and use it to our detriment, because white people in general think we are stupid. We need to weigh up political performance and delivery against the non performing government we have now.

      Paul - 2011-12-22 23:09

      Who would "rate" the crook at all??

      Paul - 2011-12-22 23:11

      Geronimo, The problem is that in Africa, there is no such thing as a "loyal opposition". Rather, the opposition IS THE ENEMY! That is the problem with Africa and it is deep rooted in tribalism.

      Graziella - 2011-12-22 23:45

      I voted once for the DA in the last local government elections, not anymore. Doing so is would be validating the perceptions of bigots would slander Africans on these threads on a daily basis.

      OzzyIn - 2011-12-22 23:54

      @Graziella, yet you vote for a bigoted and racist ANC? Or do you not vote for anyone?

      OzzyIn - 2011-12-22 23:56

      @Ibhubesi, you do realise that Australia is one of the most mtli-racial countries in the world. So what makes you think that it is "white" Australians that call you "bad things"? Stereotype much?

      Bongani - 2011-12-23 00:07

      @Ozzy. You might not have followed the last few days, but I was referring to ex-South Africans now living in your country, not to you or your people. Sorry I didn't make that clear in my post.

      Geronimo - 2011-12-23 01:43

      @Graziella - THANK YOU for confirming my EXACT point. You seem to possess an overly large chip too...

      Gerald - 2011-12-23 02:34

      at geronimo and generally white bloggers: These studies conducted in the so called metropoles mean squat....how many people live in urban areas as opposed to rural...also...of those in the metropoles they interviewed how did they do their sampling....2000 out of 45 mil people min...all in the metropoles...a good barometer of assessing any rate of decrease for the Pres support would be to do a similar study in his stronghold areas (mpumalanga, Limpopo, eastern cape), inversely to assess his increased support would be to assess areas where he generally does badly. That would be more sensitive an assessment. To Maserati, and similar minded bloggers To say race does not have to be a factor would be to underestimate the effect almost a century of racial oppression can have on a people. Which brings me to my third point... To Paul In SA, the opposition carries the burden of history...like it or not the current dominant opposition is deemed white, priviledged, former model c school attenders and children, grand children and great grandchildren of the architects of apartheid who benefited immensely from that policy. Also Paul, apartheid was successful in dismantling the psyche and spirit of the black, and instilling great fear and mistrust of whites...therefore I dare say the bulk of rural black anc vote care far less about good governance and prosperity but more about keeping an evil selfish and arrogant white at bay...

      Bongani - 2011-12-23 03:25

      @Van. Even though you would love to poison us, the fact that you don't live here any more, is firstly a great relief for me and secondly makes you the least of my problems. Thankfully it is only a very few black South Africans that come on this particular site, because they might just have the wisdom to see through the fickleness of ex white South Africans that have shun us and then hang around South African websites trying to validate to the world why they ran off. We know all the reasons, we hear them everyday. But ultimately your grandchildren will be Australian and you will be forgotten by all of us here. Your time will be better spent involving yourself with the matters of your new country and hopefully contribute in a far more positive manner than you do here. You might think yourself a South African, but in the end it will only be a few letters on your birth certificate. That will be the heritage you leave behind.

      Bongani - 2011-12-23 03:32

      @Gerald. Thank you for standing by us. As you have noticed, it can get very lonely on here and in the end there will probably none of our race left on here. I still have some work to do so I'll switch the light out when I finally leave.

      maseratifittipaldi - 2011-12-23 06:41

      Do you think it is possible to abandon your racial bias and hatred, Graziella ?

      raath - 2011-12-23 07:53

      @Graziella Did you know if you turn 360 degrees you are exactly where you started? :)

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 08:20

      And where would you have started Raath?

      raath - 2011-12-23 09:03

      It's not about where you start. It is about where you finish.

      Randomhero6661 - 2011-12-23 09:32

      @raath haha you beat me to the punch, it kinda sums it up graziella. everyone carries on about the "history" but for all of you "African" & "Caucasian" and any other race for the matter who is below the age of 25...you were not even there you were an idea of your younger parents... why ride the same train that has cursed this country since the beginning its simple average people with no ambition embraces the norm... That is SAD! BTW Merry Xmas

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 10:18

      Randomhero6661 I'm not suprised at the indignation that my posts have been received because that is how exactly I intend them to be received but can never understand why the posts of many different unapologetic caucasian racists are not treated with the same disdain or standard. It's as if you lot stopped frowning at such bigotry and you have accepted it as normal or justified, and you come up with all kinds of excuses to condone it because you are dealing with inferior beings. A sad state indeed! Nonetheless, I am not looking for any approval on these threads and will gladly reciprocate.

      Xenswim1 - 2011-12-23 11:17

      @ Graziella like you and others I too am a racist and am pleased to see that you are happy that you are. I am not ashamed of that fact but I do not let this get in the way of applying my mine to the reality of South Africa. Considcer thay you should not call another racist and point fingers if you are tarred with the same brush accept it as being the reality of life. I find it difficult to find INTELLIGENT logic in how one would wish to cut their nose off to spite their face. Your vote if you love your people should be used for the benefit of all South Africa not on racial lines. Another point most you appear far to young to have experienced real racism. Using experience as my guide I believe you may just maybe the cause of youR perceived racism against you by your attitude to others and lack of respect for everything around you. All well and good being a proud black or white but when all said and done your attitude towards another is what counts. Good manners and consideration for morality is the product of humanity whatever your personal leanings.

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 11:54

      Why do you find it important to comment on my racism and yet you don't apply the same standards to your ilk, which are many on these threads. By all means ignore me as you do your own kind. I am not "spiting" anyone, as unlike you don't hold the belief that whites are god send and the "saviours" of this country.

      Bongani - 2011-12-23 12:09

      @Graziella. I'm proud of you! It is people like you that change the world. A strong woman that can stand up for what is right for her people. You must remember that it isn't all of the white population that stoop down to this level. I too had my moments of extreme anger over the last week about the names some people call us, but a few of my friends have reminded me about the many white South Africans willing to take up the sword with us for a better South Africa. Ignore these ex-South Africans and their demeaning comments. They are no longer here and let them poison the new countries they live in with their rotten attitudes. You just be proud of who you are. Embrace the African in you, like I do, and don't ever for one minute think we are any lessor human beings. I take my hat off to you for having the guts to come stand up for us in this white forum. Very few bother, they just write off the white people after reading a few comments and vote along racial lines again. We need to break that culture and only then will we learn the true meaning of our freedom.

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 12:41

      Ngibathel'induku, bajwayele ukuzenzela kwezi threads.

      Itse - 2011-12-23 20:36

      Then white people better start breeding soon,have you went to townships lately???? Maybe the CHILD GRANT is to ENCOURAGE & insure winning votes at the polls:)

      Sharkshoot - 2011-12-24 09:05

      Showing a decline...much like his brain cells.

  • Phuti - 2011-12-22 21:57

    A fact about SA is ther r blacks & ther r whites.if u r an idiot ignore tht.Many black would not not vote 4 DA cos of their white preferences.

      Bongani - 2011-12-22 22:43

      Phuti, the whites only make up 7% of the population. The DA is the only party that has grown over the last 3 elections. The ANC is a one race party and the DA is a muti racial party. In your post you said that both black and white are realities of South Africa. I understand your frustrations with whites, but if you want to advance yourself, it would be better to forget about the whites and ask yourself which political party is going to deliver a free and economically viable country. You can't keep voting for the ANC because you fear white rule again. That will never happen unless we all die. At the rate our current government is selling us out to the foreigners, we are sure to perish. You need to log onto every political party's web site and go read what they stand for, and judge their performance related to what they say they will do. If the ANC has delivered and made you an economical free man, then vote for them. However in my case, not working for the government and not benefiting from corrupt tenders, they as a party hold very little benefit for me and every other citizen that does an honest day's work. So I am not voting for Mrs. Zille, but I am voting for a better South Africa and the DA is our only hope forward. Every one of the ANC leaders seem to have their own agenda and they have never in their 100 existence caused as much confusion as right now.

      mastersvoice - 2011-12-22 22:52

      Almost got it right Phuti. The fact is there are uneducated and there are educated. The uneducated will vote for the wrong reasons; for things like ancestors' approval and nice sounding words. Results don't seem to matter too much for these people, while the educated will vote for results. It also seems the uneducated politicians are very popular with the uneducated masses. It is perfectly logical for these politicians to shy away from results and focus their energies in maintaining the level of uneducated in this country, by fooling them into believing a 35% mark constitutes an education.

      OzzyIn - 2011-12-23 00:08

      @Graviella, Janine is referring to the racism of the ANC. Comprehension skills are a basic part of the English language.

      Van - 2011-12-23 02:23

      @Graziella Are you happy with what your government is doing for you and the rest of the black people?

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 07:35

      I understood what Janine'statement meant the first time, but couldn't pass up on the opportunity to throw her words back at her. The statement was vague in any case.

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 07:44

      @Van No, but I'm content, at least the ANC gives me my dignity. There's a lot of powerfull emotion in that. The Afrikaners voted overwhelmingly for over 50 years for an Afrikaans corrupt and barbaric party,along racial lines even though the were competing "English" parties. And when Africans do the same thing, they are stupid and illiterate.

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 08:30

      @IndianaJohn Ah sarcasm...always there when the higher forms of wit arent!

      Bongani - 2011-12-23 08:32

      @Khetha. That is an intelligent choice based on sound economic principals. When the New Year comes, you take some time and study how we collect the taxes in the country, how government budgets work and how much money each one one of our leaders are pocketing on an annual basis. If you're happy with your cut of the loot, then vote for the ANC. If however you are still on a taxi squashed like a sardine and in a shack, well then maybe you should revisit your beliefs. I hardly think you would vote for the FF because that is the exact opposite of the ANC, also run by people that once killed us. But there are many other viable options that just might make you rich. That is if you want to be rich. Most of us seem to love the poverty.

      John - 2011-12-23 09:33

      @Phuti, damn man please stop adding your comments on these threads, your English is putrid and you always sound like you're on some sort of drug bender. Go get an education moron and then comment intelligently. for f@$%^%&**k sake

  • AyGeewils - 2011-12-22 21:58

    Only in an informed and sophisticated society will these ratings have any significance - the great majority of voters who will make the cross that counts for Zuma have no access to this information and certainly not this forum. It does not bother him one bit.

      maseratifittipaldi - 2011-12-22 22:19

      Agree,AyGeeWils. Come election time the ANC will fine tune their support base with a bit of racism, hate speech, superstition, threats, intimidation, promises of riches, and skewed history. For those real special supporters, some T-shirts, KFC and beers.

      maseratifittipaldi - 2011-12-23 06:51

      Graziella, I think you can speak on behalf of Arrogance, Nepotism and Corruption, but definitely not on behalf of us Africans.

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 07:48

      Looking at your moniker, there's nothing African about you.

      raath - 2011-12-23 08:03

      And now Graziella is judging on appearance. Well done. A new low.

      indianajohn - 2011-12-23 08:34

      Graziella: What is it that you want for South Africa? What is your end result?

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 09:11

      You should be referring that question to your kin.

      Alan - 2011-12-23 13:15

      Graziella, you're an angry young woman with an attitude, probably can be justified. But do you hate me on the sole grounds that I was born white?

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 14:48

      Not at all, my response is directed at those who have made it their sport to slander Africans in general on these threads on a daily basis. I love white people. Whites need to learn to make a distinction between the ANC and Africans. I have no problem with South Africans of all races having a dig at the ANC, god knows they have earned that prevelige. Once any criticism of the ANC morphs into just plain bigotry against Africans, be sure to see my vitriol.

  • OzzyIn - 2011-12-22 22:04

    If they really wanted to do a proper survey, I am sure that JZ's approval rating drops every time he opens his mouth.

      Paul - 2011-12-22 23:25

      Graziella, I've read your comments and you are a typical racist South African. No better that those who destroyed the country with Apartheid. The difference is that once the scales have tilted all the way to the other side, where the black man is basically the enforcer of racism against the whites, they are far more corrupt on a broad scale, but the crux of the matter is that they have no idea how to run a country. South Africa in 10 years time will not be what it is today. Expect poverty to be biting on all of your families heels. Oh, and learn another word apart from bigot.

      OzzyIn - 2011-12-22 23:28

      @Graziella, so how are the ANC doing pn "bread and butter issues"? How is the alleviation of poverty going? (the HRW says that significantly more South Africans are below the poverty line now compared to 1994). What about HIV/AIDS, wher SA is the leading country in the world in new infections. What about crime where more people suffer crime related death in SA per capita than anywhere else in the world? These, and other issues, have nothing to do with "Eurocentric perspective of African politics", nor have anything to do with politics in the USA. These are the things we face dauly in SA. The bread-and-butter issues as you say. What is the ANC doing about them?

      Paul - 2011-12-22 23:31

      OzzyInSa, she doesn't know about bread and butter issues because she eats pap en vleis!

      Graziella - 2011-12-22 23:49

      There's nothing new about the stats your are qouting, "we've been having them", the only difference now being that they are in the open.

      OzzyIn - 2011-12-23 00:05

      @Graziella, "you have been living them". Actually, I did not quote any stats, as such. Just facts. In any event, what has YOUR ANC done to alleviate the conditions? Oh, nothing, just make them worse. The "stats" as you put them, have always been out in the open. I actually query whether we are getting told the truth by the ANC on some "stats" that have been released lately, especially on crime. But, anyway, you did not answer my question, what is the ANC, the party you vote for, doing about it?

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 08:13

      @IndianaJohn See how it feels! I'll be expecting you to show similar disdain to every jeering blowhard trolling the these threads in search of anti-social nastiness to endorse.

      Khetha Nqubuka - 2011-12-23 08:36

      Australia must be very boring for you bra, if you still hang out in SA sites @IndiaJohn you also racist so stop playing God, and stop referring to yourself as an African cause you not I get the feeling that you Asian

      Peter - 2011-12-23 09:00

      He might be losing some support but he always is getting substance buy drinking out of the anc sewerage that is everywhere

      OzzyIn - 2011-12-23 11:27

      @Khetha, I live in South Africa, that is why I visit the News24 site to get news on the country I live in.

  • Jan - 2011-12-22 22:27

    Amazing things. these surveys. How many people have actually been approached for their opinions? How do they verify the polling agency's results? Who says these stats are not made up? I yet have to meet someone, Black,White, Indian or Coloured that approves of Zuma.

      Graziella - 2011-12-22 22:54

      You must have been ignoring previous elections.

      Reshan - 2011-12-23 08:19

      @Graziella, if you approve Zuma then you disapprove Malema?

      Randomhero6661 - 2011-12-23 09:48

      You are blind!

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 10:25

      Not at all, I am wholly aware of the ANC'shortcomings but there's no way I could reward such blatant caucasian bigotry (as depicted by most posts on these threads) by voting for the DA. As much as you would like to think that all Africans are represantative of the ANC, the same applies to the white racists that post here daily as representative of the DA.

      Randomhero6661 - 2011-12-23 11:14

      This thread is for opinion and represents a fraction of south africa though. And i take great offence being labeled a white bigotry racist, because i certainly am not. Not all blacks represent the ANC it's just sad that some do... and i am not saying support the DA im saying see through the pale yellow air and cellphone signals hence i said you are blind.

      indianajohn - 2011-12-23 12:18

      Randomhero6661 don't bother. All she does is make her arguments using assumption and deflection. I also have no idea when all Africans became representative of the ANC, or when all white racists became representative of the DA. For sheer hypocritic bull, she deserves an award.

  • MaxOdin.SA - 2011-12-22 23:23

    All I can say is wow, were it not for the fact that I've had a long day I might have debated some of the content on this thread btu it's gone from intellectual debate to name calling and blatent anger issues so I won't even bother. I'll just wish you all a goodnight. rest easy, breathe let go of the anger whoosaaah whoosaah and maybe tomorrow the world will look a little different.

      Graziella - 2011-12-22 23:50

      Good nite to you too!

  • mundu.olewega - 2011-12-23 06:28

    Die apie sit en droom in die mik van n moerbyt boom....... Etc.

  • Chervonne - 2011-12-23 08:36

    I cant believe the level of intelligence of certain individuals look im a non white and believe, that we should all have equal rites really how long are some people going to assume people are raced cause they highlighting the key factors on whats happening really. Having that mentality that if i vote for a white party they going to bring back apartheid really no i mean really we got a constitution in place that our so called people that implemented it want to change freedom of speech etc So before you run your mouth ensure you look out of the window with a clear mind and yes I can say this because my father had fought in the struggle for the same ANC government apartheid is over get a LIFE, Me i will vote for who ever I see fit call a spade a spade ,Too those that said I will vote for a black president, here is a question if your husband is sleeping with the whole neighborhood do you still call him your husband? If your husband destroys what you are trying to build do you still call him your husband .So check yourself and stop thinking like you thinking.

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 11:04

      What you fail to comprehend is that white racism is pervasive and systematic. The simple fact is that no people can enslave another for centuries without coming out with a notion of superiority.

      Blade - 2011-12-23 11:15

      @Crazyella enslaved for centuries? Really? So you call employment being enslaved? Stop reading the ANC Handbook Of Propoganda and try and learn some real history. You are enslaved by that huge chip on your shoulder.

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 11:42

      The only reason your ilk employed Africans was to exploit their labour. The kind of living standard supportable by African labour within this country is readily illustrated by the salaries and the life-style of the whites inside this country. One of the Kenya white settlers, Colonel Grogan, put it bluntly when he said of the Kikuyu: ‘We have stolen his land. Now we must steal his limbs. Compulsory labour is the corollary of our occupation of the country.’

      Blade - 2011-12-23 15:05

      @Crazyella actually SA nas the highest paid (and most unproductive) unskilled labour force in the world. Its a pity your forefathers spent their time burning down the schools that the Nats built for them. You need to either drop your pathetic victim mentality or go sit around a big pot in the bush and cook goat meat.

  • johnkk - 2011-12-23 10:19

    @ Griziela, You are exactly the same as the 'white people' that slander the blacks, the only difference is that you are black. I urge you to look at the future of SA and current government performance and then vote. White people are a very small entity of SA. If you vote purely on racial lines then you are doing exactly what apartheid SA did, and where did that get us. If you truly believe that the performance of the current government can relieve the poverty and imbalances in South Africa over the next 5 - 20 years, then vote for them. You consider the DA to be a 'white' party. Please explain your reasoning of this to me.

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 10:54

      If what you wish for in South Africa is DEMOCRACY, why would it be improper for some people to support the ANC without being labelled "stupid or illiterate"? Would you rather the whole country turned into a one-party state that only supports the DA?

      indianajohn - 2011-12-23 11:12

      Graziella, yet another assumption based on absolutely nothing. You're embarassing yourself. Nobody said anything about a one party state. You have absolutely no logic, manners, tolerance, vision or grasp of reality and you're the very definition of a racist. None of your arguments make any sense at all and your solution for our country is to keep going around in circles until the end of time. Your blind faith, pure hypocrisy and total lack of logical argument is as spectacular as the youth league's.

      Graziella - 2011-12-23 11:31

      My faith on the ANC is not blind at all, it is well calculated and reasoned. Quick lesson in rhetoric: It's called "begging the question," a logical fallacy identified by Aristotle in the 4th century BC. Google it.

      maseratifittipaldi - 2011-12-23 15:55

      Graziella: I am not one for labeling, as you put it, but I do find it strange that some South Africans, out of free choice, would go and vote for a group of people who are not representative of South Africans. It is certainly not a wise thing to vote for people who steal money from the poor and who have no other thought than to enrich themselves, their families and friends, via the fiscus.

      Randomhero6661 - 2011-12-23 15:59

      @graziella you have a lot of information at your fingertips probably a lot in your head too... http://africanhistory.about.com/od/apartheid/tp/Aparthied101.htm

      Liz - 2011-12-23 18:20

      @Grazielle - I salute you for the positions you take and the fact that you do not sink to the low levels of debate that characterise so many of the inputs from people who really appear completely ignorant of their own offensive racism. Unfortunately the comments found here are very predictable and commonly lack any in depth knowledge of many of the apartheid realities for black people. (That is how "successful" apartheid was implemented) You may find engaging in some of the debates on "Thoughtleader" more meaningful.

  • Gerhard - 2011-12-23 11:14

    What I lack in formal education, I will make up for with leadership. JZ. Is the president wearing the emperor's new clothes?

  • Ana - 2011-12-23 11:18

    @ Graziella..........I've been reading along and find it quiet facinating that you are blantantly racist. I'm a white South African, a proud one at that. Don't assume that every white South African is, get your head out of your ass and preach something positive. You did not directly experience apartheid........but no doubt have been affected by it. Even I have. My parents are Portuguese and trust me when I say that we too were discriminated against. Not to the extend that Black South Africans were, but discrimination nonetheless. Not given a priviledged education, with exception to "ModelC" schooling. That didn't deter me from having a successful career and working very hard for what I have. So instead, preach positivity...............that breeds positivity.

      Liz - 2011-12-23 18:25

      ... and what message do you have for the dozens of racist and offensive remarks directed at Graziella?? Just interested to know?

      indianajohn - 2011-12-23 22:51

      After checking again, there are indeed a couple of ill-informed and irrelevant comments to Graziella. About 2 out of 200. Dozens? No. Don't make the mistake of assuming, as she does, that any bad feeling towards her is because of her race. The colour of her skin has nothing to do with it. I would've said exactly the same thing to a white person making the comments she has made. If everyone thought like her, we would all be dead already. Everyone.

  • Raul - 2011-12-23 11:29

    The problem with Africa is that most countries are run by thieves, rapits and corrupts.Paradox: Selebi was jailed for corrupt activities, however his friend and beneficiary, the drug dealer Glen Aggliotti is a free bird. Shabir Shaik was jailed (although for "health" reasons was freed to become a golf player) but the beneficiary of his wicked activities is our president

  • Itse - 2011-12-23 20:32

    Stupid South African's vote with their hearts and not their minds!!!As if we are indebted to the cANCer.

  • Comrade - 2011-12-30 14:31

    FACK - the ANC is 10x more RACIST than any political party in the HISTORY of SA politics dating back to the 1600's.

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