Sexwale set to get the boot - report

2012-06-11 07:57

Johannesburg - Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale is expected to be kicked out of President Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet, it was reported on Sunday.

The Citizen said that a “highly placed source” told the newspaper that Sexwale was set to be sacked in a Cabinet reshuffle.

“Sexwale has been speaking against Zuma’s government lately. Zuma wants him out,” the source reportedly said.

According to media reports from the last few weeks, Sexwale is apparently gunning for the presidency.

Government spokesperson Jimmy Manyi and presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj both refused to comment on the report.

  • Bryan - 2012-06-11 08:00

    And the plot thickens....

      Herman - 2012-06-11 08:03

      or sickens?

      Curry - 2012-06-11 08:03

      Kick them all out JZ! "Divided we fall..."

      Jack - 2012-06-11 08:14

      A house of cards!!

      tuco.angeleyes - 2012-06-11 08:21

      who thought the ANC would self implode, without any external intervention.

      poloyatonkim - 2012-06-11 08:41

      How come those who do not vote ANC are always sticking their noses into ANC's business?

      Jack - 2012-06-11 08:48

      @poloyatonkim - Do you know what a government is? Do you know who pays for your child/pension grants? Well i'll tell you... 80% of all taxes are paid by DA voters...go figure.

      Victoria - 2012-06-11 08:53

      @poloyatonkim,because what happens to the ruling party affects the whole country, that is why even the non ANC voters have a comment. Pity that I actually have to explain this to you.

      Squeegee - 2012-06-11 08:53

      Then again... wouldn't you rather listen to him making speeches than Zipper Zuma?

      gruffi7 - 2012-06-11 08:56

      @poloyatonkim - What the ANC does IS our business. They are 'governing' this country, using and abusing MY TAX money while they are too concerned with fighting hier own fights instead of fighting a fight for this country! The ANC and the future of the country left office with Madiba. Even he said he is disappointed! So yes, their corruption, ignorance and mediocrity does concern me as a citizen of South Africa!

      Preshen - 2012-06-11 09:19

      Tribe has spoken

      cliff.slabbert - 2012-06-11 09:38

      Poloyatonkim, this is a DEMOCRACY, look it up some time ,it's in the DICTIONARY. That's A book where you will find the meanings of all English words. Your neighbor might have one to lend you.

      KingPro - 2012-06-11 09:44

      @Cliff. The ironic part of your comment is that you refer to a dictionary and yet you can't spell NEIGHBOUR correctly... Hahaha, jack*ss!!!

      miyo27 - 2012-06-11 09:58

      @Leonardb1, Polio was playing on the N1 in traffic. Didn't you hear about the hijackers putting rocks and bricks in the road and then robbing the innocent motorists?

      anton.burger.16 - 2012-06-11 10:06

      @poloyatonkim...because we like to pi$$ you off..d@@s

      gruffi7 - 2012-06-11 10:10

      @lesetjam - just shows you how much you know about this country and the economy. VAT is only one of MANY taxes we pay. At this stage, if you are middle class, from every rand you earn about 60c goes to government through taxes... and btw: how can you steal from VAT if you only pay it on invoices? go get educated before you insult other people, 'comrade'

      Clive - 2012-06-11 10:13

      I don't usually use this sort of insulting language on this forum, but clearly Poloyatomkin is too thick to understand anything. No one could have put it more simply than Jack, Victoria and gruffi7, but still he responds with a totally irrelevant comment about "small parties". He really needs to stop reading New Age and read some real newspapers.

      Jacqui - 2012-06-11 10:54

      LeonardB1 I bet you Tina Joemat Peterson, the agricultural failure will be allowed to remain.

      Jacqui - 2012-06-11 10:56

      Poloy is a troll, ignore, gives them heartburn all day long.

      Jacqui - 2012-06-11 11:00

      Kingpo, if he has an American dictionary his spelling of neighbor is correct. Some times an ass has more than one arse.

      Jacqui - 2012-06-11 11:03

      Lesetjam. Since most of the people live from grants, who do you think pay their VAT?. Please enlighten us about when the DA stole? You are confusing it with your club of thieves. Go play.

      Jannie - 2012-06-11 11:35

      at least we know there is no unity in the anc.....

      henryian73 - 2012-06-11 11:41

      4 years ago the DA said STOP Zuma but the ANCYL said KiLL for Zuma! Malema was never in it for the poor but only his own back pocket that why he was ready to kill for Zuma. It was about all the money he was getting for his support. Now look at things now. So, so sad!

      Amanda - 2012-06-11 11:53

      Dick-tator here he comes. Look at the rest of Africa , Zim good example!

      cliff.slabbert - 2012-06-11 11:59

      King Pro, You are correct about the spelling error, well spotted but the fact remains , I do understand what the word Democracy means. Have you never made a typo clever boy?

      NrGx - 2012-06-11 13:01 that "logic", Ill ask, if I dont vote anc, why do they take my tax money?

      Oom - 2012-06-11 13:45

      What’s Mr Sexwale's view on BEE and affirmative action...same old same old I suppose....I will vote for ANYBODY that plans to stop these RASCIST policies which DEVIDES our people..!!!!

      Loo - 2012-06-11 14:25

      I love it . .the senior ANC members with brains like Sexwale has seen how stupid ZOOOma and his followers are. Sexwale for president. LOL ,, the Zipper has his work cut out for him .. As the original South Africans would say "Hier kom click click aaak"

      GrootWitHaai - 2012-06-12 08:57

      ....and the silence on the crooked "Police Boss"....which is almost certainly because the "Police Boss" has dirt on Zooma. All little crooks and should all be put in one tiny cell with a microphone...should be enlightening.

      lerato.selane - 2012-06-12 10:27

      If you mess with Blacks you mess with me, if you mess with whites you mess with my wife and if you mess with colours you mess with my kids. The words of Tokyo Sewale. Maybe SA needs him as a leader.

      Allan - 2012-06-12 13:23

      I wish I could call it a circus, however a clown takes at least 15 years to be established and another 6 to be declared a proffesional, this does not say much for our beloved ruling party (tic)

      louis.olivier.988 - 2012-06-12 18:12

      No Jack a house of Frausters and thieves

      phuti.hlabane - 2012-06-12 21:55

      News24 lied abt ths 1.

      twellington3 - 2012-06-13 02:46

      I think Jack is under influence of drugs or alcohol abuse. Some one please take him to rehab before he loses his whole senses. Lol where did you get those stats that DA pays 80% of the country's taxes. Besides that you think only white people pay taxes, you are a disgusting, disgraceful pink s**t, that think everything white is better.

  • Sagin - 2012-06-11 08:04

    with all the politicing and self enrichment going on in this farce of a government, who is actually taking care of the country?

      Peter - 2012-06-11 08:12

      The strikers :)

      eil33nn - 2012-06-11 08:18

      Currently there is more fighting in the ruling party than fighting the problems in our country...

      Hans - 2012-06-11 08:30

      The Apartheid Infrastructure, since 1994.

      cliff.slabbert - 2012-06-11 09:44

      You and I by voting them out in the next election !

      Jacqui - 2012-06-11 11:05

      Sagin, no one is taking care of the country. But that isn't new, they have all been too busy taking care of themselves.

  • unlimited.A - 2012-06-11 08:04

    Zuma must just go.....he only know how to kick out.....

      Sharon - 2012-06-11 20:13

      the zoomer must be carefull,the tokoyo also has a spear,ha ha ha cant wait to see the zulu take on tokoyo in a spear fight

  • Fussed - 2012-06-11 08:05

    Let the games begin

      jenny.webbe - 2012-06-11 14:11

      Maybe if Tokyo gets kicked out, he will join the DA. The game is speeding up.

      Sharon - 2012-06-11 18:07

      His buddy Julius can keep a place for him in the unemployment queue.

  • luyolo.c.nqakula - 2012-06-11 08:06

    Zuma the political assasin

  • lownabester - 2012-06-11 08:06

    Was waiting for this, And Sexwale is Malema's big buddy, Corruption in this country must be the worst in the world.

  • AnthonyfromAfrica - 2012-06-11 08:06

    Great !! Let him rather do what he is very good at, making BILLIONS for himself !!!

      Clive - 2012-06-11 14:14

      And creating jobs, not destroying them.

  • zolisa.dlokovu - 2012-06-11 08:07

    I am not surprised.Mangaung fever has just started.The road to Mangaung is going to be a difficult one. Sexwale is the first housing minister to build houses of high quality.He will be fired now for doing what?for criticising the state.Jacob Zuma is a dictator. If he was good enough he would not remove his opponent from his cabinet.he would let him compete with him in Mangaung

      pws69 - 2012-06-11 08:13

      Yup, and lots of potholes on that road. Tokyos mistakes? Questioning the ANC, and holding the connected tenderpreneurs to account that built sub standard housing (I get the feeling the second offence is the worse one in the ANCs eyes).

      mikenortje - 2012-06-11 08:28

      Hi PWS69 - a bit off topic, in one of timeslive articles you commented on corrupt, wasteful, etc, etc expenditure since 1994 and you mentioned a figure of R2,3 Trillion. Do you perhaps have a link to verify this figure. Thanks

      pws69 - 2012-06-11 08:32

      @mike, I have it in a file somewhere, I will look for it. But just to give you a head start: Eskom. Erwin stated that if we had started building in 1998 like we should have, it would have cost R300 billion, but now it will cost R1,2 trillion. R900 billion there alone. Gordhan stated we lose r30 Billion a year in tender corruption. Average out at R20 billion per year, and we have another R300 billion. (Note: National numbers only).

      Aaron - 2012-06-11 08:50

      Sexwale's the first housing minister to ever publicly acknowledge that it's unsustainable for people to just be given houses as a handout. The state can't afford to do this for all the homeless and those who receive such handouts are so poor anyway that they just sell or rent the house. His policy shift was towards creating partnerships to assist people who genuinely wanted to build houses that they are actually going to live in, on the basis that they also contribute something. And in the broader sphere, he emphasised that this is not about "giving people houses" but rather about giving people the education and economic environment to enable them to build their own houses. This is deeply unpopular talk in the ANC as it runs counter to their socialist beliefs and threatens to reduce their populist appeal, and even worse (to them) this is aligned directly with DA policy. I think Sexwale might cross the floor and join the DA as ultimately their new leader. If that happens, then we will know that politics in SA has finally matured and that we are back on the right track.

      John - 2012-06-11 10:23

      You are right Zolisa Dictatorship is correct, anywhere else in africa he would with his family been killed or gone missing This is the next step for South Africa

      ryan.a.smith.3958 - 2012-06-11 10:37

      yea right, who'd want Sexwale as leader of DA. Zille is amazing. no chance of that happening. I used to like him but he's shown his true colors in the past. dont trust him at all.

      ryan.a.smith.3958 - 2012-06-11 13:53

      Anton, well in that case rather someone like Manuel or Ramaphosa. now whether they can mobilize the illiterate political masses I dont know for sure. seems like the best guys for doing that are the useless toy-toying okes like JZ who rely a lot on charisma and populist rhetoric to charm the masses, but have little else to offer. besides, I believe Mazibuko is being groomed as successor. and I personally prefer her to Tokyo. Tokyo often speaks with a forked tongue. and for a guy thats been so successful in business I've been surprised by his populist claptrap, AAA, BEE, CCC crap as well as his strong support for charlatans like Malema. but agreed, as amazing as Zille is, maybe a white face can only take the DA so far. but who knows, theyre making steady gains all this time, who's to say it will end. as long as the DA is making a difference and the ANC is making a balls up, maybe Zille can do it.

      mikenortje - 2012-06-12 08:18

      Thanks PWS69 - when you read these figures your eyes have to water. With money wasted like that everyone in SA should at a bare minimum should have a RDP house, which I am sure would go a long way to solve race tension, and as the ANC like to say a better life for all. To quote the Rev Tutu I pray for the day the ANC fall.

  • Herman - 2012-06-11 08:07

    The anc is like a bad comedy, you want to laugh at it, but the jokes are just to pathetic

  • Rabble-Rouser - 2012-06-11 08:08

    It's simply the divide and rule principle at work.

  • Andre - 2012-06-11 08:09

    Anyone can see that Tokyo has been aligning himself with the anti-Zuma faction, and especially with the ANC Useless League!

  • nghamula.mdunwazi - 2012-06-11 08:12

    Mr president he's getting rid of anyone standing in his way,it seems as ANC of today doesn't care about what you are doing for the people what matters to them is why you don't agree with them.

      Linda - 2012-06-11 08:41

      And this comes as a suprise to you???? Zuma is a dictator only interested in stealing billions for himself and his rapidly expanding extended family. He will destroy SA the same way Bob Mugabe destroyed Zimbabwe - relying on tribalism and the "culture"of respecting your elders - no matter how corrupt. The blind sheep who continue to vote ANC in the face of all the evidence that they cant run a bath let alone a country are complicit in this. Sadly, everyone in the country will suffer - not just the ANC acolytes.

  • Koos - 2012-06-11 08:13

    Sexwale: I feel conflicted over him. On the one hand he is smart and business orientated, on the other hand he is wiping old JuJu’s butt. Not sure if he is sincere with that or just playing politics. Guess he is the lesser of two evils. Let’s hope he is smarter the zipper-boy.

      Fanie - 2012-06-11 12:59

      Koos, Sexwale is just another African politician, he uses Malema not acknowledging the consequences of this action, anything to get the nod. It is all about the hunger for POWER.

  • michael.barns.1 - 2012-06-11 08:14

    thats it off you go, go join your friends Winnie and Julius, you can start your own party now!

  • johannes.ramara - 2012-06-11 08:17

    Anyone who seems to be against corruption is a threat to the current President. Sexwale is speaking the truth and recent one was the Mdluli saga. He fought for the suspension of this corrupt man who is got the link with the president.

      Ta.Lepzen - 2012-06-11 08:28

      I couldn't agree more, I was shocked when I read page5 of city press yesterday. Julius said Zuma is a dictator

      jason.mcdonahugh - 2012-06-11 10:29

      I agree yes you are the president but you can t just kick people out because they think you are making the wrong decisions.

      Fanie - 2012-06-11 13:01

      Yeas Johannes, he is talking the talk but siding with Julius Malema, what do you think is going on here? R 100,000.00 paid to Malema's company by Tokyo, fo what?

  • Ronald - 2012-06-11 08:18

    Despite Tokyo's involvement with the ANCYL, he has been one of the few ministers that could actually boast of having done a good job. Not only has Tokyo alienated himself because of the possibility of running for the top job, but he highlights the inefficiency and lack of performance of the other members of government.

      Trevor - 2012-06-11 17:36

      Rather go take a GOOD look at Tokyo's history, his involvement with government tenders and current aspirations....the man is far from being "good" for SA.

      glenda.mackay.18 - 2012-06-11 22:45

      @ Trevor. You have hit the nail on the head! Tokyo's history is very questionable! How did he gain his millions in such a short time?

  • maluxionn - 2012-06-11 08:19

    Well it's a known secret that Zuma donot take kindly of any criticism whether valid or not so I won't be surprised if indeed that happens.

      - 2012-06-11 08:33

      Nope your wrong the majority don't like criticism because somehow it equates to the colour of their skin, Proficiency,Service delivery,leadership are not acceptable terms to be in office being black and connected to the right people is and the rest is secondary. Second class leadership in a third world country and we are supposed to be surprised with this. This is another ZANUPF state being born here. Where doing your job is not required. A Case of Shut up or ship out

  • mark.haupt.31 - 2012-06-11 08:20

    The knives are out for possible opponents, got absolutely nothing to do with ability or competence which is the ANC's "style" of governance. The ANC are fiddling whilst around them, and us, the fires and unhappiness grow and we're looking at serious trouble ahead with the global economy faltering and the spectre of mass retrenchments growing. Wonder if they have any kind of plan, whether they can even see what's ahead of them.

  • Malose - 2012-06-11 08:22

    I foresee blood shed before Mangaung. I Zoomer' carbinet you comply or you jump.

      Koos - 2012-06-11 08:43

      Another Boipatong in the making.

      Hugo - 2012-06-11 09:37

      no blood shed anywhere.Dont you people get tired of looking like morons all the time with you quasi-dooms-day prophesies?

  • chiepner - 2012-06-11 08:22

    The dawn of a new dictatorship in Africa? Is the ANC slowely morphing into that what they once fought to overturn?

      Hugo - 2012-06-11 09:37


      roarscurrin - 2012-06-11 09:49

      Yes very much so.

  • Vic - 2012-06-11 08:24

    All this division within the ranks of ANC, is playing into the hands of the DA, so keep going, so we can watch your party disintegrate. - 2012-06-11 10:02

      @HugoMabasa. This has nothing to do with white rule, so tear up the race card. Can you not see that the government is only interested in making money for their individuals and even their strongest supporters are being used? It's one thing to be loyal to a good leader, but being loyal to crooked leaders?

      wesley.bischoff - 2012-06-11 10:24

      Get over the white rule race card bullsh*t! Whites are not out to get power again, we don't want to oppress anyone. Let go of your insecurities regarding your skin colour and make intelligent comments not based on bigotry.

      Hugo - 2012-06-11 10:27

      wesley I am very comfortable in MY BLACK SKIN thank you very much.

      Jacqui - 2012-06-11 11:11

      Hugo, we don't crave white rule but we do crave honest, competent rule, Up till now you lot are not producing that.

      wesley.bischoff - 2012-06-11 13:19

      Then why is race always an issue?

      Charnelle - 2012-06-11 15:48

      Hugo, did I miss something? Sexwale is black? He is attacking Zuma cause he is black? Does this make him a white supremist. Hugo, to ZUma your nothing but a number my friend.

      Charnelle - 2012-06-11 15:49

      @Hugo, I reckon your posts get deleted as they lack relevance.

      Hugo - 2012-06-11 16:03

      Charnele someone asked me why evrything turns into a racial issue I then explained that indeed almost everything is racial hence I qouted what an 'eminent scientist' said. I am nothing to Zuma.That is true but that does not mean I must align with the dominant aparthied era sentiment on this thread about black leaders. Do you understand?

      Hugo - 2012-06-11 16:05

      my FRIEND charnelle

      Trevor - 2012-06-11 17:38

      @Hugo - you a tool of the highest order, but keep it up, people like you that keep people like me, working and making please don't stop!

      Charnelle - 2012-06-11 18:46

      Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek Hugo, my hair stands on end coming from you. "Charnelle my friend".. So much hatred that you spew, they normally say if you have a problem with more then 5 people, the problem normally lies with you. We are how many whites in SA? Do you by any chance have a problem with women as well, or only educated women, or perhaps you dont like educated women who were born in April. DO YOU UNDERSTAND?

  • Warwick - 2012-06-11 08:25

    I thought Jimmy boy was out.

      Deon - 2012-06-11 08:45

      His contract only expires at the end of August and it was not confirmed that he is n fact leaving after that.

  • thomanim - 2012-06-11 08:26

    ppl hav lost confidence in the president soo kicking Tokyo out is not going to help him.

  • Serame - 2012-06-11 08:27

    This is absolute abuse of state power..Jz would do anything to get rid of anyone standing his way..Juju was right "He's a dictator" and he must go..Sexwale is one of the most prominent and respected member of the cabinet..his mistake was to speak against to cloud surrounding Richard Mdluli....

  • Maria - 2012-06-11 08:28

    Hold it right there Mr President - fire Tokyo for speaking against your Government???? saying what??? now you becoming a mama's boy - first the painting now Tokyo - Having you decided on Cele? - we'll still waiting!!!

  • duma.nkabinde - 2012-06-11 08:34

    \Highly placed source\?????????

  • jacques.shepperson - 2012-06-11 08:36

    thats why I hate politics... people plotting against people while they have to run a country full of people.

      Zenzile Tshanda - 2012-06-11 08:43


  • Swapie - 2012-06-11 08:37

    Good. The more division, the better.

  • gandanga.tororo - 2012-06-11 08:38

    Will a credible opposition step-up please????!!!!! A window of opportunity is there for grabs and no-takers, eish!

  • simphiwe.tembe.16 - 2012-06-11 08:40

    Infact the president should have sacked Tokyo a long time ago because of his non-performance

      Bless Boswell - 2012-06-11 08:43

      I think the prez should sack himself. What has he really achieved during his term? Apart from his personal "achievements"? He has remained inactive in dealing with the disgusting conduct of his son and nephew - big bad!

      Deon - 2012-06-11 08:47

      He is not a bad worker at all, maybe one of the best in Cabinet. His only mistakes was alligning with Malema and trying to displace Mr Zuma.

      Linda - 2012-06-11 08:51

      And Zuma should never have been elected - but sadly the ANC is rotten from the top down. Where else in the world would someone facing corruption and rape charges be selected as the best candidate to rule the country????? The fact that he had to borrow money from Shabir Shaik showed that he was incapable of handling his own financial affairs effectively (but this is to be expected taking into account his limited education) - so why did the ANC think he was competent to run the finances of the country. They didnt - they just knew that he wouldnt stop the rampant theft of billions of rands of taxpayers money because that was the only reason he wanted to get into power. - 2012-06-11 10:08

      So we should just hand out housing and come back in 2 years time to find them gone, the components having been sold for cash. Then Tokyo would be blamed again. So we fire him and get in someone else with ideas that don't work. I know of an African country which has had 8 ministers of energy in the past 10 years, all fired for incompetency. I'd say the problem hasn't been solved yet, wouldn't you!?! Here's a novel concept, make the president responsible. It's his job to lead, isn't it?

      Clive - 2012-06-11 12:20

      Pity he doesn't sack a few people for non-performance, starting with his pal Radebe in the justice portfolio. Then there's tiny Tina, then the police guy, then foreign affairs, .... the list is almost endless.

  • nkele.malatji - 2012-06-11 08:41

    I'm not into politics but now i'm getting so irritated by this ''so'' called ruling party."Zuma wants him out",what did Tokyo do.Or is it because he is from Limpopo.? What about Cele, Mmemezi,et.c. They think we are impressed by their fights.JZ must go.Can't they fast track Mangaung issue.

      Sharon - 2012-06-11 12:57

      wow all of a sudden no one wants to die for the zoomer anymore

  • eradingoana - 2012-06-11 08:41

    Hating to be challenged

  • Lauden Kirk - 2012-06-11 08:42

    Telling the truth gets you into the deepest trouble. Telling people what they want to here is your evil

  • danny.zulberg - 2012-06-11 08:42

    Tokyo go and have tea with helen Zille.

      Hugo - 2012-06-11 09:40

      they can add koeksistas but nothing much will come of it - 2012-06-11 10:11

      @HugoMabasa. I think you're either a stirrer or you wouldn't recognise good government if you saw it.

      Hugo - 2012-06-11 10:28

      Kevin Day maybe and I suppose you would

  • Jacques - 2012-06-11 08:44

    The circus continues !

  • duma.nkabinde - 2012-06-11 08:47

    It seems the media knows more about Mr Zuma's plans more than his cabinet and his wives combined.

      Tony Lapson - 2012-06-11 08:48

      Possibly the planned leaking of false information to discredit media, which will later be denied.

      retha.vosloo.5 - 2012-06-11 09:21

      Maybe they know more because they talk to all the many 'advisors'! They know what they are going to advise!!!

  • dumisani.richard.3 - 2012-06-11 08:52

    Our media these days is full of exegeration. We have to look at it the different way. They spread info that is not confirmed. Today they are Spreading that Zuma wants to Sack Sexwale\r\nWhile few days back we were informed of another minister who they said will be sacked too. Media people, we need confirmed stories from you!

      Jacqui - 2012-06-11 11:14

      Dumisani, so it is the media's fault again. Do you also need confirmation that an idiot is President?.

      Clive - 2012-06-11 12:24

      Perhaps if the Pres and cabinet had more credible spokesmen, and were more forthcoming with info, there would be less "speculation". Strange, though, how often the speculation turns out to be accurate, even after the standard denials have been issued.

      maylani.bezuidenhout - 2012-06-11 18:46

      i think you're a little paranoid but yes its just a rumour..

  • KCorsar - 2012-06-11 08:57

    and the divides begins..........................

  • siphiwom - 2012-06-11 08:58

    i don't think he can do the stupid thing of giving him the vast freedom he wants to lobby.

  • Ditoa-re - 2012-06-11 08:59

    Sexwale was very active at Mvelaphande compare to his present position, a person like that making himself available for president position is very scary, he's got Italian mind if you know what I mean, people must not forget that Zuma was once a head of interligence those who still remember won't be suprised by zuma's way of handling things

  • richard.zanner - 2012-06-11 09:02

    What a joke this lot has become. Zuma better hope Sexwale does not come in coz then he is out. LOL.

  • raymond.kok3 - 2012-06-11 09:06

    Julias now is the time to name your new party

  • Peter - 2012-06-11 09:07

    A DA,Tokyo/JUJU coalition. Goodbye ANC. If dreams were horses how beggars would ride.

      luyanda.jack.14 - 2012-06-11 09:27

      2u Peter i thnk u misunderstood everything abt de ANC,dc is nt jst a part bt a true congress n dc is nt an individuals part bt union of our God,forfathers n a future of South Africa

  • thmaku - 2012-06-11 09:09

    What do we expect from a man believed to some quarters as a \Dictator\?

  • David - 2012-06-11 09:13

    I agree with ALL of you but there ALSO the fact that Tokyo has been CRAP and achieved nothing...

      bantu.jonginamba - 2012-06-11 09:31

      Wht did u expect the guy couldnt even select the winner on the Apprentice.

  • Gavin - 2012-06-11 09:17

    hey zuma the truth will set you free neh - or get your fired from da ANC.

  • amatodzi - 2012-06-11 09:17

    If this highly-placed source is telling the truth . . . . Then South Africa is Doomed and Gloomed under ''Showerman's'' Leadership!!!

  • Richard Mashaba - 2012-06-11 09:18

    shame sex-wale

  • anton.dwl - 2012-06-11 09:19

    Zuma is already the Sex Whale, he does not want competition...

  • john.mulaudzi - 2012-06-11 09:20


      Clive - 2012-06-11 14:19

      The problem is that the Pres doesn't talk enough, especially when he needs to say something authoritative. So others have to speak so that we can be reminded that we do actually have a govt - poor as it is.