Save SA - Zuma unfit to lead

Save SA's Lawson Naidoo said the organisations Real State of the Nations Address was different from Thursday's event in that it did not restrict the media and gave civil society a voice. The group gathered in Cape Town on Wednesday.

Zuma has brought the country to a crisis. Promises are made year in and year out and we can expect more of the same tomorrow (Thursday). There is no action from government with levels of maladministration and corruption...

Lawson Naidoo, Save SA

Parliament has failed to hold him [Zuma] to account on various matters before them.

Lawson Naidoo, Save SA

This article first appeared on 702 : Save SA - Zuma unfit to lead


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