December 16, 2007

Real leadership needed in South Africa

South Africa’s ruling African National Congress party is embroiled in a bitter leadership battle. Members of the ANC are set to choose a leader next week - the favourite to win is ex-Deputy President Jacob Zuma ahead of incumbent President Thabo Mbeki.

Zuma' advisor has been found guilty of bribing none other than Jacob Zuma. The Zuma case has been dismissed by a partial judge because of delays, however the delays were nothing compared to what the normal South African experiences in courts today. He was given preferential treatment. He was set up in the rape case, but his actions there nonetheless expose him as an unethical permissive and irresponsible man. I agree wholeheartedly with Desmond Tutu. Real leadership is needed, but there is none!

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