Trevor Manuel gives Ryland Fisher an earnest interview on the struggle years, the Zuma era and the future as he sees it.
Despite his reservations, he remains positive about South Africa.
“I can’t be negative about the country. I don’t have a foot in any other country. I don’t own property in any other country. I don’t carry the passport of any other country. My family is here. I’m very confident. There’s no question about the deep commitment that we have to South Africa. If you have this commitment, you have to look at where you can influence the situation and improve on the observations that we make and share with many other people.”
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