Inspiring quotes by Jacob Zuma

Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Jacob Zuma

  • That is a debatable point, whether South Africans are xenophobic. I don’t you’d have the numbers that you have of foreigners if South Africa was xenophobic.
  • Jan van Riebeeck’s arrival in Cape Town was the beginning of all South Africa’s problems.
  • Something has gone wrong with Ronnie… He wasn’t like that before. I don’t know what went wrong with him.
  • There is not a single country in the world that is not interested in doing business with China. And no one is seriously concerned about human rights. But Africans are criticized for wanting to do business with China.
  • People tend to try to find something to talk about Zuma. My surname is very nice and simple. Very simple, so they like pronouncing it all the time. So what’s the problem?
  • Even if you apply any kind of lotion and straighten your hair you will never be white.
  • You have fewer rights because you are a minority. Absolutely, that’s how democracy works.
  • The majority in this country have not seen anything wrong with Zuma. I go with the overwhelming feeling of this country. If the majority say, ‘Zuma, do this,’ I will do it.
  • Criminality is always the result of poverty. Countries that experience such a fundamental change as we have – we had the apartheid regime and must now develop a multicultural democracy – must necessarily pass through a phase of high crime rates.
  • People are constantly applying double standards. Take the United States, for example. Washington wants the whole world to admire the country for its democracy. Then the government sends out its army, in the name of this democracy, and leaves behind the kind of chaos we see in Iraq.
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