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Opinion - Delangokubona Supports President JG Zuma

*Delangokubona Supports President JG Zuma*

For Media Release: Friday 02 July 2021.


"No revolution is worth anything unless it can defend itself" Vladimir Lenin


Many adults who knows and understand wars including President Zuma always caution us to avoid war by any means possible.


We respect the views of our leaders but at this stage they will forgive us for having no other options but to go for a war. In as much as we want peace we want to continue with our revolution until we establish an egalitarian society. A society where the African majority will be owners of the country of their origin with all its mineral resources and agricultural wealth. The latest ruling by our constitutional Court is an attack on this very revolution.


The paperts of the capitalist are already striking through their courts.


All Delangokubona members are determined that the former Head of State, President Jacob Zuma will only see the 15 months in jail over our dead bodies.


The father of the Radical Economic Transformation is being vilified just because he stood firm in transforming economic structures for the benefit of black masses.


Many business forums were formed after the 30% stake on local projects not accessible. It was President Zuma who wanted this 30% to benefit Black masses.


We therefore call upon all other business forums to be part of the support to President Jacob Zuma.


Free tertiary education saw the day light during his term as the president and after that it was scrapped.


Ebolla did not come to this country. Today we have a plan-demics. We see you powers that be. We see your evil spirit.


President Jacob Zuma is going no where and we are prepared to die for it.


Regards

Nathi "Bhamuza" Mnyandu

President of Delangokubona

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