This idea that a lot of people are advancing… that President Ramaphosa needs a resounding victory… to quieten down factions in his party; that’s absolute nonsense! Some of the idiots you’ve had on saying those sorts of things is driving me mad!— Paul Theron, MD - Vestact
What’s more important, said Theron, was an end to all the deferrals.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and scroll down for quotes from it).
I’m giving you a wishy-washy answer because I don’t know…— Paul Theron, MD - Vestact
The outcome is not going to be felt on Friday…— Paul Theron, MD - Vestact
People who vote for the ANC now run the risk of giving it a big fat kiss and a mandate to carry on behaving as badly as it has been in recent times…— Paul Theron, MD - Vestact
We will get a confidence boost… We actually look quite good… Turkey… that sort of thing is unthinkable here… I’m positive we’ll see an uptick…— Paul Theron, MD - Vestact
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