(008274.77-E001840.93NAVRLOSUC20V)[Here is something from The Sunday Times, one of the big anti-white, Liberal scumbag newspapers of South Africa. This was published 2 days before Xmas 2017. They claim that perhaps as early as January 2018 Zuma will be leaving and that there are “secret talks” going on.
These Liberal/Elite/Jewish scum are busy trying to stir up lots of division inside the ANC because they want to get rid of one communist they can’t control and replace him with a communist they can control: Ramaphosa. Ramaphosa will nail us whites anyway, but that’s not important. What’s important is that Ramaphosa won’t nail the Liberal/Elite/Jewish rich filth. So they like Ramaphosa even though he said that farms must be seized without compensation. I’ve been watching for some time as it was clear that the Liberal filth were pushing Ramaphosa to “fight” Zuma.
Personally, I don’t think the blacks are that stupid. I’ll be extremely surprised if they can oust Zuma. They’ve been trying to get rid of him since about 2006 and he’s survived all the way. I don’t think Zuma is as stupid as they pretend. He’s sly, he’s been in the ANC for long and he’s the only Zulu to make it into its highest ranks. That says something for his abilities with regard to the other blacks. They look up to him. So he must be doing some things right.
I also think he uses money like Mugabe as a way of keeping people on his side. I find it hard to believe that Ramaphosa and Zuma, both hard core communists would fight each other on issues that are so important to them. I think the Liberal filth are not as successful as they like to believe and the ANC under Zuma is proving a really tough nut to crack. The Liberal liars taught the ANC how to cheat and trick and play politics. Now it is boomeranging on them. I think these blacks are fooling the Liberals successfully. Jan]
Senior ANC officials are reportedly in secret talks to negotiate an early exit for President Jacob Zuma possibly as soon as January, the Sunday Times has reported.
According to the Sunday newspaper, talks concerning whether Zuma should be removed as state president before the end of his term are being driven by close allies — rather than distant foes — ostensibly in an attempt to negotiate an embarrassment-free exit for the embattled leader.
Archbishop Thabo Makgoba during his Sunday sermon — a day before Christmas — is expected to augment the call for Zuma to be removed, and put pressure on the newly-elected ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa and national executive committee (NEC) to “boldly and quickly” remove the incumbent state leader.
According to the Sunday Times, new ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule is among those involved in the talks to negotiate Zuma’s exit. Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula, it reported, has also contacted several senior ANC leaders, including some close to Ramaphosa, to discuss a potential deal. Among those approached, it claimed, is NEC member Bheki Cele.
On the other hand, minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa told The Sunday Times it would be incorrect to raise Zuma’s removal at an ANC meeting.
“The NEC will have to sit down, look at issues and look at resolutions. It will be difficult to attack individuals without reflecting on issues. I don’t think it will be correct. We must not rush things because it might divide the ANC.”
Another NEC member said that it would be “logistically impossible” to remove Zuma before the state of the nation address, but said Ramaphosa would build a case against ‘Baba’ in the meantime”.
Meanwhile, President Zuma on Friday lodged an appeal against a judgment by the High Court in Pretoria that ordered him to establish a commission of inquiry into state capture. Zuma will argue against rulings that he should personally pay costs and that he must institute the judicial commission, among others.
Opposition parties criticised Zuma, with the EFF in particular saying he feels no shame and should step down and allow his successor to appoint the judge to conduct the inquiry into state capture commission.
The full story features today in The Sunday Times.