'We lost the plot the day Sadtu and Cosatu went into co-governance with ANC'

Political analyst Professor Lesiba Teffo says the moral fibre of the country has collapsed.

Speaking on the Political Desk, Professor Teffo says the moral authority has collapsed. He says that to fix what is morally wrong in the country the family needs to be placed first.

We lost the plot the day Sadtu and Cosatu went into co-governance with the ruling party.

Professor Lesiba Teffo, Political analyst

We lost the plot the day we allowed children to be equal to the parents in the name of human rights.

Professor Lesiba Teffo, Political analyst

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Indeed we lost the plot the day we allowed money to be the currency to determine human dignity and human achievement.

Professor Lesiba Teffo, Political analyst

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