Zim Govt Angered By SA Opposition Parties's 'Disrespect'

A senior government official has condemned South African opposition leaders in general and Julius Malema in particular over their tendency to criticise the Harare regime at every turn.

Permanent secretary in the Ministry of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Ndvaningi Mangwana chided Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema for “speaking too fast and thinking too slow”. Said Mangwana:South African opposition parties have this Big Brother mentality that makes them behave like some super-transnational parties.

They have no respect for national boundaries and attendant sovereign autonomy of neighbours. At least our own do their grandstanding on national issues.

He comments without understanding. He is not a bad guy, but ill-informed comments make one sound like a dunce.

A lot has been said and debated over the last few days, regarding compensation for former farm owners.

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