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South Africa: Is Jacob Zuma untouchable?

The Outlet is pessimistic about the future of South Africa: “Within a day of being ANC president, a major force against him is bound to be disbanded. I really hope someone does something about this soon, this country is facing some serious troubles otherwise.”

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  • It seems a little bit to coincidental that the day after his election, the body investigating Jacob Zuma is set to be shut down. Frankly in my mind it’s both dubious and worrisome. I would like to see Zuma succeed but not at the expense of democracy and justice.

  • Yes God is great. He says be still and know that I am God. This refers to Jacob Zuma ( The Achiever), it is fair enough for him to be untouchable now; after all you have been harrassing him for quite some time. Aren’t you satisfied? God bless you Jacob Zuma and yours is now to mantain a positive mental attitute. I told multitutes earlier on that they should be rest assured, Zuma is going to win the elections and indeed he won.

    Francisca ‘Mapitso Matsoha

  • God remains to be God.Thre is a saying “People’s voice is the voice of God”Let Zuma take over.ANC must clear the differences within and see what they can do for Africa.This continent needs strong people who can stand for their beautiful motherland.People of South Africa help Zuma work and never join those who throw stones.
    Rev.Lewis Hiza-Dar es Salaam,Tanzania.

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