Next week the Save SA movement is convening a people’s assembly‚ dubbed the "real state of the nation (Sona) address"‚ "to present the truth about the Zuma administration‚ and the truth about SA"‚ says its leader‚ businessman Sipho Pityana. President Jacob Zuma would not be short of words when he delivers his Sona address in a week’s time, said Pityana, who anticipated that this would be "the most underwhelming Sona address in democratic South African history ... After all‚ it will be delivered by the worst head of the post-apartheid state and the worst president the ANC has ever had ... It will be delivered by a head of state who ... has neither honour nor integrity‚ and absolutely no sense of accountability". Pityana made his feelings about Zuma’s presidency very clear, saying "[Zuma] will gloss over the mistakes he has made‚ he will ignore the rampant corruption and abuse that causes the current crises we face‚ and he will roll out another set of promises‚ replete with unintellig...

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