It’s really unfortunate that a person of his distinction made those utterances.— Mohale Ralebitso
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Pityana accuses the organisation of being “oblivious to the pain Zuma is inflicting on the country”.
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Does South Africa deserve leadership that is transparent, accountable and free from corruption? Absolutely!— Mohale Ralebitso
He has a right to speak out, but not to foster black-on-black violence.— Mohale Ralebitso
Should we say Sipho Pityana should not be the Chairperson of AngloGold Ashanti and expect relief?— Mohale Ralebitso
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