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    What would Zuma want to change in the Constitution?

    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    He wants to be President for life!
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    Sadly I cannot say what I want to say because we have no freedoms regarding our opinion anymore. Considering the outburst on social networks and everything else it is wise to bite one’s tongue.

    That said I think it is clear enough in their own words on what their intentions are and how they plan to accomplish them. The UN is the only entity capable to demand transparency.
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    Skaapkop Zoomba will want free KFC for the cANCer for life, he would also demand that all taxes be paid directly into his personal accout and that he may have free access to any women of his choice like that idiot in Swaziland. Oh and I forgot, he would demand that nobody gets an education higher than standard 2 just in case they learn to add 2 and 2 together and not get R220million like him.
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    Deportation for all light greens, I suspect. Nationalisation of mines, farms.
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    Replace the president system with the king while upholding the idea of democracy, president system is not and never was an African system but American/Western system, and does't reflect the values of indigenous people of the land but seeks to change the idea of Africanism to some system used in America for instance and hence there is confusion in the land.

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    For myself, my top suspect would be to change the two term limitation as President.

    It's not that far off that he's likely to face the same dilemma Thabo Mbeki faced - a successor he didn't trust, and a constitutional limit that meant he couldn't stay on.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    I'm inclined to suspect this one as well.
    Also the judiciary, court systems, NPA, all for personal reasons, his not mine.
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