Mzansi is divided over Zuma's nonchalant reaction to SSA allegations

Mzansi is divided over Zuma's nonchalant reaction to SSA allegations

South Africans were left divided after former president, Jacob Zuma, reacted to the recently-released report on the State Security Agency. Loyalists were determined to stick by Msholozi's side until a guilty verdict was heard, others relished the thought that the notorious leader might be in jail soon.

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While Jacob Zuma appears nonchalant about the recent State Security Agency report calling for his prosecution, South Africans are most certainly not.

, reported earlier that President Cyril Ramaphosa's office had released a report put forward by the high-level panel currently reviewing the SSA.

The report details how the agency was used by the former president and other officials for their own political gain.

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Taking to social media platform, Twitter, to address the allegations, Jacob Zuma said that:

"I have never been asked any questions by this committee. This committee has 2 well known Apartheid spies. I’ve never sold out nor written letters to the SB. I feel nothing when Apartheid spies call me corrupt. I hope people are not opening a can of worms which they might regret."

Nebojsa Djuza is shocked that someone with his minimal educational background could 'play' South Africans for over a decade:

Khanyiso Nomatshaka pointed out to the divided masses that Zuma is an enigma and his links to the ANC intelligence during his struggle days made it obvious that no end would be in sight any time soon, at least as far as the ex-president was concerned.

André Jacobs appeared thrilled that the panel was calling for Zuma's prosecution, posting a photo of a jail cell and reminding the former leader what was in store for him should he be found guilty.

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A shrewd reader, Mashudu Muvhango, pointed out the irony of Zuma accusing two of the panelists of being apartheid spies, considering he had been around when they were appointed.

Khumbudzo Mushiana likened the ruling party to a parent attempting to protect their child, despite obvious evidence that discipline is in order.

Mthembeni Ntuli just wanted everyone to leave Jacob Zuma alone to enjoy his golden years in peace.

Whatever peoples opinion on the matter may be, the cat is most definitely out of the bag with the release of the report and now it is a case of 'wait and see'. Come what may, heads are surely to roll over this violation of the Constitution.

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