The presidential confident needs SA to judge her on her reputation, both in the battle and in government.
In a Women’s Day meet with John Perlman on news supporter eNCA, presidential confident Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said she has what it takes to lead the nation.
To move down her claim, she said she had been in the battle since her understudy days, and furthermore had an effective reputation in government.
She attempted to make light of the feeling of her own desire, saying that “if the ANC” thought of her as a hopeful it would most likely be on the grounds that “they would have taken a gander at my reputation”.
“I began battling as an understudy … I was in understudy legislative issues. I was in the ANC … and that reputation, at that point, returning into the nation I was among the general population who re-built up the ANC in the nation … the primary branches of the ANC after the unbanning.”
She additionally specified her opportunity in government, where she invested years as clergyman of wellbeing, remote issues, home issues and “obviously, I’ve been sent to the AU”. She said individuals were welcome to judge what she had done in every one of these limits.
Dlamini-Zuma said she needed to be judged on whether she had been “a worker of the general population … done my work with respectability … whether I’ve been dedicated not surprisingly by the ANC … whether I’m receptive to individuals’ needs … whether I’m ready to identify with individuals at all levels” from the “town to the meeting room”.
She additionally said she had a decent reputation in managing sexism and patriarchy.
Her previous spouse, President Jacob Zuma, began transparently battling for her in tune today.
The full meeting was to be communicated on eNCA on Wednesday night at 9.30pm.