I am a young Zimbabwean who has been recently observing the situation in SouthAfrica. I believe South Africa is a country on the very wrong path. South Africans are not responsible and are putting power into the wrong hands. Jacob Zuma is not what an aspiring country like South Africa needs. Besides his ignorance of very relevent topics, he is also a 'Mugabe' in the making. he is forever refering to the armed struggle and always refers to the past to seem relevent. I think the stance taken bythe A.N.C. in the years of aparthied is now coming back to haunt SouthAfrica.They embarked in a boycott of schools and this produced a generation of illiterate and uneducated leaders,like J.Zuma.These are people who believe that simply because they were in jail and beaten, they have the right to hold a nation ransom. If we look at the people who voted for the now A.N.C President.He had full support of COSATU, and these are workers,the moment Zuma is president they will have him in their grip. He will resort to popularist policies,like Mugabe, which will only destroy SA. so i urge my fellow Africans to think wisely before letting history repeat itself.DONT VOTE ZUMA!!!!!
twingwiri you are just full of rubbish, nobody will ever be as bad as MUGABE, not even Hitler thats what you and a hell lot of americans need to understand. Mugabe is beyond normal evil so dont have a go at zuma. but i will always support mugabe
by Maryke van Rensbu 9 years ago
for a new president I would like to just say the following.The man that's most likely going to be our new president has more than a hundred fraud accusations against him.He has been in court for rape and when asked why he had sex with a HIV+ women, he answered that he wasn't worried because he took...
by Moipone 3 years ago
Does Racism still exists in South Africa?It is amazing how some white people still use the K word to refer to black people in this day and each.
by John Holden 4 years ago
RIP.A great man.
by sannyasinman 8 years ago
Taking bets that the WHO (World Homicide Organisation) will start the next false flu pandemic in South Africa in June 2010 during the football world cup. http://theflucase.com/index.php?option= … mp;lang=enWhat do you think?
by Brandon Lobo 4 weeks ago
Is it common knowledge that Africa is a country? Just read an article on Pairedlife by someone who just ranted on the HP forums about a certain big company. It's sad to see some good work by reputed hubbers get snipped and edited when global facts are changed and accepted. What do I do about this?...
by Tessa Schlesinger 22 months ago
I find it disconcerting that some on Hubpages assume that someone living in South Africa can't know much about anything. Quite apart from the fact that until two years ago I was an American immigrant, but after 11 years returned to Europe (I am a dual German/ South African citizen) and then a year...
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