Reuel Khoza scorns leadership without moral principle
Former Nedbank chairperson Reuel Khoza has warned South Africans to guard their freedom from leaders who are determined to subjugate the rule of law.Former Nedbank chairperson Reuel Khoza has warned South Africans to guard their freedom from leaders who are determined to subjugate the rule of law.Khoza‚ who was speaking during a Free Market Foundation event to honour him with a luminary award‚ said SA needs a visionary leader."We have seen the emergence of a strange breed of leaders‚ determined to subjugate the rule of law and override our noble Constitution."Today we need a leadership that is visionary and as passionate as it is compassionate."Anyone who has eyes to see and cares to observe cannot but notice leadership without moral principle lurching from scandal to scandal."Khoza‚ a business professor and author of Attuned Leadership and Let Africa Lead‚ said the biggest threat to democracy was joblessness and poverty.In 2012‚ Khoza came under major flak when he warned "our political leadership's moral quotient is degenerating and we are fast losing the checks and balances that are necessary to prevent a recurrence of the past ..."..