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Jacob Zuma’s ally confesses that she’s embarrassed to be a South African. Her remark sparks debate.

Heritage day in South Africa has revealed some of the secrets that most people were not aware of. Some were reluctant to celebrate this day, as they strictly stated that there is no heritage without land. South Africans do not have what was illegally and forcefully taken away from them. People did not see the point of engaging on heritage day if the majority of black people in South Africa are still susceptible to poverty. Jacob Zuma’s faithful ally, famously known as Sphithiphithi Evaluator has uttered shocking words to South Africans on heritage day. She confessed that she is embarrassed to be a South African, as justice and equality do no exist in this country.

The fact that Jacob Zuma was apprehended in a thuggery manner, still continues to haunt those who support him, and have a relationship with him. One of his allies wanted to express this on a heritage day, by indirectly saying that they cannot celebrate this day, if no justice has been served for Jacob Zuma. Citizens start to dislike the justice system of South Africa. This makes them develop hate for this country, and they feel embarrassed to be any part of this country. See the source image

It should also be remembered that Zamaswazi Majozi (Sphithiphithi Evaluator) who was accused of inciting violence, and apprehended by the HAWKS, continues to suffer for something she has never done. She was arrested for sharing her opinions and political views around the treatment of Jacob Zuma by the justice system. Supporting Jacob Zuma seems to be a crime, and this is what she is fighting for. See the source image

Not only ordinary citizens are lodging complaints about the justice system of this country. Leaders such as Malema once complained about the incompetence of the judiciary, which was led by Raymond Zondo the time Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng was on leave. South Africa has to restore justice and equality, as citizens are divided at this moment. See the source image


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