Zikalala said he was confident in Zuma. He said the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal did not subscribe to the notion that the election of a deputy president implied that he was “automatically ordained to be a successor to the incumbent”. “If it was so, there would be no need for elections,” he said. He said party leaders should be driven by the quality of available leadership candidates.
Loosely translated‚ it means all men who are hopeless in courting women to f**k off. It is an indication of the anger of people over human trafficking and murder of women and and children. The protest was organised by trade union federation Cosatu. “As Cosatu‚ we said we can’t keep quiet when something we regard as inhumane and against the spirit of ubuntu is happening in our country‚” said Cosatu provincial secretary Edwin Mkhize.
Nzimande told mourners who had come to pay their last respects at his mother’s funeral in Edendale in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday that one of the most important things she had taught him was that he must never sell his dignity. “I will forever be indebted to her. She taught me that your dignity as a person and a human being is not for sale and cannot be sold no matter how poor you are.”Nzimande said this is what drew him to the SACP.
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