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AFTER reading William-Mervyn Gumede's column in Sowetan I was very disappointed at the level of hypocrisy displayed by the man.
For starters, Gumede, pictured, is calling on the president to "change the culture of opulence so pervasive in government".
What I find ironic is that the man is calling on the ministers through the president to ban the "extravagant blue light convoys, where ministers are chartered in large convoys of cars driving at breakneck speeds pushing other motorists off the road".
I don't know whether it was pure ignorance or whether the man has never seen Zuma's entourage.
Even before he became the president of the country, Zuma's entourage was even bigger than that of the sitting president at the time.
The man is trying to be in Zuma's good books, because if it was not that, the guy would have called on Zuma to reduce his entourage, also, and not focus only on the ministers.
He is trying to appoint himself as a number one praise singer for Zuma.
Sowetan readers should brace themselves for that man's Mbeki-bashing articles, like he has done before with his book published with the help of the Oppenheimers and Rockefellers of this world, with one objective in mind, to destroy the image of one of the great thinkers that Africa has ever produced.
Khaya Mabandla, Tshwane