'I had no idea Winnie had been selected as a possible deputy president of SA'
Callers to The Eusebius McKaiser Show reacted to an earlier interview about an upcoming documentary about the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and a subsequent interview on The Breakfast Show.
Former apartheid security branch cop and Stratcom member Paul Erasmus opens up about the documentary 'Winnie' and his part in the smear campaign.
Caller Yvonne said she had no idea Winnie Madikizela -Mandela had been put forward as a possible deputy president of the country.
Imagine the huge difference she would have made. South African would have been a different, different country. I cannot imagine, my mind is boggled at the opportunity that the ANC has just squandered.Yvonne, caller
She added that she cannot believe that the ANC did not know that it was misinformation and that she was just being smeared. She says she has lost her faith in the ANC.
Another caller, Chris said he is absolutely disgusted and dissapointed about the attempt to trash the late stalwart.
She had to go through the former government's dirty tricks and now she is going through the present government's dirty tricks.Chris, caller
He said if she was a man he would be put up on a pedestal.
Another caller, Sanele said it is sad that now she is dead some people are using her memorial for political point scoring.
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