The impunity at the highest levels of state and broader society can no longer be tolerated. Not just the foot soldiers, but also, no, especially those who orchestrated this thuggery. We must also take decisive action against those in the highest positions of the public and private sector who facilitated the looting orgy, even including the CEOs of multinational companies like KPMG, Bain & Company, McKinsey, SAP and all others involved.
Cyril Ramaphosa must not use tribal narrative to hide his weaknesses.
Blame it on either the African National Congress (ANC) or CR17 Campaign donors for giving us a useless president that is Cyril Ramaphosa. The president might enjoy support in the corners of media, elite corridors and bought ANC National Executive Committee (ANC) members, but he certainly does not enjoy the same support that all his predecessors enjoyed within all quarters of society. He is the worst leader that the country has come to witness since the advent of democracy.
The imprisonment of former president Jacob Zuma is certainly not wise and must be reversed. Courts are presided by human beings, majority of them indigenous Africans, and they should not institutionalise a colonial mentality that imprisonment is the only mechanism to manifest justice.
As we witness a country aflame with violent protests, looting and destruction, it is clear that SA is being destroyed. This has become far bigger than politics. It has enveloped rogue and criminal elements, as well as an army of desperadoes who have nothing to lose in the face of poverty and unemployment. The state is bring held to ransom as citizens create anarchy.
I want to advice President Cyril Ramaphosa to pardon former President Jacob Zuma. It is simply exhausting to have a leader like Jacob Zuma in jail. Let Zuma go and spend the remaining years of his life with his family.
The Presidency has announced that it will initiate a disciplinary process against President Cyril Ramaphosa’s spokesperson Khusela Diko, who remains on special leave after being linked to Covid-19 tender corruption allegations.
The ANC’s integrity commission (IC) has criticised President Cyril Ramaphosa for seemingly giving it the runaround for 18 months instead of answering questions about the controversial CR17 campaign funds.