Ivermectin, Jacob Zuma and the Nobel Prize – these are the topics that had readers talking the past week.
“While l don't agree with the nomination l have had first-hand experience with Cuban doctors in Zim over many years where they contributed hugely in providing health services for the ordinary folk in urban & rural areas. For the record they were paid a pittance. Many of them were specialist doctors.” – Graham 2020 on SA to nominate Cuban doctors for Nobel Peace Prize for helping in fight against Covid-19
“Birds of a feather! They too hopefully will face prosecution for their alleged theft from VBS and other alleged criminal activity.” – Mr Myview on EFF shares Zuma’s reservations over Zondo commission’s ‘bias’“Arthur, if you live in a glass house, you should not throw stones at people.” – quarty2b on Former spy boss Arthur Fraser opens perjury case following spy revelations at Zondo commission
“Ramaphosa never misses as opportunity to miss an opportunity.” – The Free Thinker on Adriaan Basson | Ramaphosa has a golden moment to fix the SSA, but will he?
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A presentation made at a Cabinet lekgotla shows health officials expect to be 40 million doses short of meeting their goal of vaccinating 67% of the population.
Jacob Zuma has made it clear he would rather go to jail than answer questions about his nine years in office at the state capture inquiry – but that doesn't mean he'll face arrest or prosecution soon.