15. Nearly R9m of state money spent on purchasing 11 luxury cars for Pres. Zuma’s wives in 3 years.
There are news making headlines that pres. Zuma’s wives have spent almost R9 m of tax payers money on luxury cars just wetin the space of three years.
14. Pres Zuma Grabbed by his wife while having fun with Kenya’s Defence Minister.
On a state visit to Kenya, Pres. Uhuru Kenyatta organised a state dinner banquet for Pres Zuma. While the dinner was going on, Zuma could not resist Kenya’s Defence minister heavyweight.
He asked her for a dance. She accepted. Zuma’s wife was filled with jealousy and she grabbed her husband. Zuma was believed to have hard a good time as smiles were seen all over him.
13. Pres. Zuma unreadable Handwriting in Kenya.
On a state visit to Kenya, President Zuma filled a register at the Kenyan State House and a picture uploaded by Uhuru Kenyatta showed that Zuma’s Handwriting is illegible. Lots of people took to social media to observe this executive blunder. @kioko posted:
President Jacob Zuma has been accused of allegedly allowing the Gupta family to influence his appointment of cabinet ministers and heads of state-owned entities. That is the third time he is breaching the executive code of conduct. If he had received any gifts from the Gupta brothers;
President Zuma’s lieutenants went on the attack. The Hawks went after Finance minister Pravin Gordhan. The Hawks are believed to be acting on his directives.
10. Zwane saga.
Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane went after the banks for daring to drop the Guptas. The minister was not acting on his own.
9. SAA financial challenges and Dudu’s re-appointment.
Despite a Net loss rise of R1b, Dudu Myeni was still re-appointed as SAA chair person by Pres. Zuma to the surprise of every one.
8. Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s appointment as SABC COO.
Despite Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) ruling against the appointment of Mr Hlaudi Motsoeneng as COO of the SABC, the presidency has still done nothing as he run things at SABC.
SABC R411-million loss and R5-billion in irregular and wasteful expenditure brought his reappoint into questioning.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng declared the public broadcaster a Zuma safe house.
When the Supreme Court of Appeal dismissed Motsoeneng’s bid to keep the job he should never have had in the first place, the Presidency pronounced itself in favour of upholding the judgment.
President Jacob Zuma raised the R7.8 million to pay for the upgrades to his Nkandla homestead through a home loan after a top high court ruled that he violated the constitution by using taxpayers money for the project.
6. SA Nuclear deal.
There is a plan to build 9,600MW of nuclear capacity. President Jacob Zuma has made a top priority. These would cost South Africa Billions of Rand. There are other sectors that need the money than building a nuclear plant.
5. FeesMustFall Protests.
Minister of Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande says universities in the country can increase fees for 2017 but they must not exceed 8%.
Despite protests from students, the president has did nothing to address this. while lives were lost and properties destroyed.
4. ANC decline.
The August local government election shows how ANC is losing supporters under Pres Zuma’s watch.
There is a possibility ANC will lose power come 2019 general election unless it can find a way of excising its president without losing too much blood.
3. Failed Promises.
The President promised the country Water, Education, Justice, Energy, Women’s health, Jobs, Reduced crime, Agriculture, good economy and scrutinised illegal immigrants. He is yet to fulfil any of the above mentioned promises.
2. Separate flights for Him and Gordhan to G20 Summit.
President Jacob Zuma flew to China on an Angolan private jet registered in Aruba manned by a Portuguese crew while Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan flew commercially. Both were at the expense of taxpayers money.
1. Low Standard of Living.
Under his leadership, South Africa has witnessed the lowest level of economy. The standard of living is too low amongst the average, the dollar outweighs the Rand, people are complaining of hardship etc.
Many have called on president Zuma to step down so that a more capable hand will take over and bring the country back to its former glory.