28 June 2016
A proposal for Jacob Zuma he cannot refuse
By Mike Smith
28th of June 2016
So get this, Zuma steals R246 million to build his Nkandla palace and only has to pay back R7,814,155.
This is encouraging large scale corruption and theft.
If I know that I only have to pay back 3% of a sum I steal and effectively get to keep 97%, I would steal a lot more than Zuma.
This is setting a precedent. More people are going to steal now, because if Number One, Msholozi Showerhead, can get away with it then why not the rest of us?
In fact, I would like to propose a challenge to the illustrious President (yours not mine) of the New (improved) South Africa on behalf of all the tax payers whose money he stole:
R246 million – R7,814 155 = R238,185 845
Now, President Zuma, here is the proposal…If you can pronounce R238,185 845…listen properly…you get to keep the money. All of it. You fail and you pay back every last cent of the R246 million. Deal?