Corruption: Zuma should as he says

2015-06-18 06:01

I liked the speech President Jacob Zuma made at the World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town.

I raise this personally as a taxpayer who has to pay my hard earned cash to corruption.

I hope all those who have corrupt tendencies will not just read that statement, but will adhere to it.

I am particularly referring to the Police Minister Nathi Nhleko, who publicly insulted all taxpayers.

But he ruled that the cattle kraal and chicken run at the president’s home were part of the security features for which the president doesn’t have to pay for. I hope the president meant what he said on corruption in the presence of world leaders

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