Jacob Zuma's presidency will surely lower the standard requirements of a person expected to be a president of the country.
The trend has been that the presidential candidate must at least have some sound education level, good reputation, trustworthiness (not only to his party but to South Africans), highest moral standards and have no criminal or fraud cloud hanging over his head.
But a new trend has been set that anyone can be a president as long as he/she has the support of the majority. this is not good for our wonderful country.
Thabani Mkhize, Durban