SACP call not in interest of the majority

The Congress of the People reached consensus in Kliptown in 1955 that our country will never be prosperous or free until all our people live in brotherhood, enjoying equal rights and opportunities.

This means that there must be no person or group enjoying preferential and superior rights over others.

But now the so-called revo- lutionaries seem to have undermined what their comrades and freedom fighters died for and want to set a wrong precedent.

The recent call by the SACP for citi- zens to come up with a political solution to the ANC president Jacob Zuma's corruption case is not in the interest of the majority and is unconstitutional.

The Alliance of Free Democrats (AFD) finds that the reasoning behind this call is without substance.

Blade Nzimande and his cronies continue to undermine the Constitution.

We really think Nzimande, Julius Malema, Zwelinzima Vavi and Fikile Mbalula should never be taken seriously because they usually utter nonsensical statements and contradict themselves.

They perpetuate this conspiracy that Zuma will never get a fair trial.

Andile Tshona,

AFD national spokesman,