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    Zuma Controversy " Cast the First Stone...""

    Yep, our president is a playa...

    Always subscribed to the view that a persons sexual preferences, and/or orientation, is his her business. As long as no force, violence or children are involved.

    Bill was one, many politicians and sportman made the headlines with their sexual antics over the last year. Thats fine, cant make a fuss about "morality", when people are dying in wars, and starving.

    My concern is the financial impropriety that our charming, Romeo President was alleged to have committed. Affairs and womanising is known to lead to financial crimes, due to the financial strain exerted one supporting so many women and offspring. This is the can of worms our Presidents "indiscretions" are going to open. And at a time when we just put it on the backburner.
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    I think the main cause for concern is the President's preference for unprotected sex with anyone wearing a kanga female that happens his way.
    Playa sowing his oats - maybe there's space for debate. However, reckless endangerment of his sexual partners is a substantially different issue.

    And as President isn't he supposed to be a role model?
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    He misunderstood the 'Father of the Nation' bit and is trying the only way he knows how!
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    But you have to see the funny side of this story. Our president has more relationships with women than any other in our history! Still he keeps his presidency. Was this America he would have had real trouble.
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    Wouldn't like to have his relationship headaches. It can't be all that nice.

    Apparently his predecessor was also a major player - just kept it discrete. Money & power attract these floozies like flies to a pile...
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    And if our President was Gay? The Constitution protects that,oh but our president is a real man

    Seriously though, I think the last woman, involved should take as much blame for this. Surely the mans other wives, his age, as well as his position, should count for something. Of course he should have known better.

    Many men find it hard to control their urges, and thats understandable. But for Msholozi, with his baggage especially this, was just not on. I stress, this was a "Victimless" crime. And inasmuch as many of us are tempted to judge the poor beleagured soul, no blood has been shed. Just that we can ill afford such scandals in our country at this stage.
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    The French & Italian Presidents set good examples.
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    Quote Originally Posted by desA View Post
    The French & Italian Presidents set good examples.
    True but he does not need to follow suit!

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    I wonder what would happen if we decided to focus on Zuma's good points & try to support him as he tries to pick SA up from where his two predecessors let it slip to?

    The media gets too involved in his personal life, in my view. Where he sleeps & with whom, is entirely his affair.

    We are asking a lot from a man - he is not some heavenly perfect being. Give him a break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by desA View Post
    I wonder what would happen if we decided to focus on Zuma's good points & try to support him
    I was certainly prepared to give him a fair crack at it. But, as they say, the honeymoon is over. And it's not his penchant for skirt that's the problem; it's the gap between word and deed - the products of his swordsmanship being but one of the manifestations.
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    as he tries to pick SA up from where his two predecessors let it slip to?
    Two? Frankly, I think Nelson Mandela did a fair job of it. It was a short stint, and it was a period of transition which all told went quite smoothly. The country was well poised for great things when Nelson handed over the helm.

    It's on Thabo's watch that all the centralising, polarising, politicising the civil service and deploying of cadres happened. And that's what has set up our current dilemmas.
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