"If the leadership of the ANC doesn't smell coffee now, bye bye 2019"


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    ANC NEC member and Human Settlements minister Lindiwe Sisulu, has listened to the concerns of Khayelitsha residents about the political and economic climate in the country. She heard the call here for President Jacob Zuma to step down, and says she will take those concerns to the ANC top six during an extended NWC meeting on Monday. Sisulu was the keynote speaker at the Chris Hani Memorial Lecture in Khayelitsha in Cape Town on Sunday.
    
    
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    1. I am from Khayelitsha and ANC in Khayelitsha has long been dead. These people are talking too much yet fails to revive ANC in Cape town. They are just like Zuma who fails ANC nationaly

    2. Is it possible to have early elections, cause 2019 is too far, there won't be anything left in the treasury by then, what does the constitution say about early elections.????

    3. South Africa can not survive 2 more years of this cunt and his party of protectors when he can destroy the country on a whim.

    4. Stop calling white South Africans imperialists. Dehumanizing a entire portion of your population can only end in suffering for entire nation. It is racist and against the constitution.