Open letter to South Africa’s students‚ universities and government‚ represented by Minister in the .
It is very depressing when people who are meant to provide leadership to politicians display immaturity.
If reports about Tokyo Sexwale calling some old people "witches" are true, then the ANC does not deserve to be voted into power again.
Their leader Jacob Zuma has called for political tolerance, but his followers are not listening. So, if they don't respect his call, is he fit to lead the country?
ANC leaders are trying to outdo each other with insults of witchcraft, baboons, dogs, snakes and cockroaches.
As the ruling party, it is the ANC's responsibility to ensure that citizens uphold and respect freedom of association as enshrined in our Constitution. And "witches" are no exception.
Are they teaching the youth that when you disagree, you stand on public platforms and bark insults at your opponents?
This tomfoolery has not gone unnoticed. People are not stupid. They know this intolerance is taking our country in the wrong direction.
The Alliance of Free Democrats wants to establish a political culture that promotes public morality, culture that respects the law and the Constitution. Support the AFD for good governance, leadership and efficient service.
Andile Tshona, national spokesperson AFD