Will Zuma walk the talk?

THE SABC interview with President Jacob Zuma that was broadcast on Sunday was excellent. It is a pity that the SABC's Tim Modise was a bit lenient on his questions to Zuma. But our hope is on Zuma's words.

THE SABC interview with President Jacob Zuma that was broadcast on Sunday was excellent. It is a pity that the SABC's Tim Modise was a bit lenient on his questions to Zuma. But our hope is on Zuma's words.

Every word that Zuma uttered to the nation was clear and digestible but will all those words be practical?

Only time will tell.

The sooner living conditions for South Africans are improved, the better.

Our brothers and sisters have been crying for years and now is the time to wipe off their tears. Hunger makes a person angry and we don't want that to happen in SA.

Msholozi mentioned rural development during the interview as a priority.

He said this would take jobs to the rural people. Zuma has also said that ministers were also trying to address agricultural problems such as the decreasing export of products.

The issue of Zimbabweans coming into the country in high numbers is still unresolved. We need to find a solution to this matter as it is affecting us.

These immigrants have changed Johannesburg and it is worse near the high court.

I wonder when this will be considered as an urgent matter because the Confederations Cup is kicking off on Sunday .

The high court is in jeopardy and they break into it to access important files. Our justice system is doing nothing about it and businesses have relocated to the northern suburbs.

Let us all work together to protect our country from becoming another Zimbabwe.

Ayanda Ngcatshe, Natalspruit

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