There are the old idiots and the new ones, and there’s Gwede on the fence
Either he doesn’t know the difference between cadre deployment and affirmative action, or he’s back to his old tricks
There comes a time in the life of every leader, when the circus tent is subsiding gently down its pole and there’s an ominous silence coming from the animal cages round the back, that one begins to gaze out past the angrily drunk clowns vomiting behind the hay-bales and think about one’s legacy.
For some, this means it’s time to write a book, or at least dictate it to a someone who’s once read one.
Consider, for example, last year’s Jacob Zuma Speaks, the most read non-fiction title sold out of a car boot in the parking lot of McDonald’s in SA publishing history. Say what you will about its quality, but history will record that it sold out, which is a funny coincidence, because that’s how history will remember Jacob Zuma, too. ..