Open letter to South Africa’s students‚ universities and government‚ represented by Minister in the .
I have always indicated that the NPA does not have a case against Jacob Zuma, pictured, and i t would not surprise me if the charges against him were dropped.
When most political analysts and commentators predicted Zuma's downfall, I have always been firm on my stance that he might be defeated in the court of public opinion but not a court of law.
This is a journey that started at Pietermaritzburg and then went to Limpopo; we are now cheering Msholozi to his destination - the Union Buildings.
As for Helen Zille and company, they are welcome to exercise their rights in launching a private prosecution. However, a brotherly tip is that they will be defeated as there is no case against Zuma.
I believe they will have satisfied themselves and their followers by then! To some of us who were young and couldn't understand the significance of Nelson Mandela's release from prison, there is no doubt that the dropping of charges against the current ANC president will be celebrated the same as our fellow comrades in 1990.
Chegoane Mabelane, Bryanston