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Everyone with power knows you need to watch your back. ‘They’ are always coming for you. This goes doubly for Jacob Zuma. For decades, he has woken up every day knowing ‘Today could be the day they finally get me’. And every night he’s gone to bed realising he has frustrated his many enemies a little longer. He is not called the ultimate survivor for nothing. This book Everyone with power knows you need to watch your back. ‘They’ are always coming for you. This goes doubly for Jacob Zuma. For decades, he has woken up every day knowing ‘Today could be the day they finally get me’. And every night he’s gone to bed realising he has frustrated his many enemies a little longer. He is not called the ultimate survivor for nothing. This book tells the hitherto little-known stories of the many attempts to ‘Kill Zuma … By Any Means Necessary’, whether that was through brazen efforts to snuff out his life or the more subtle but far more persistent efforts to destroy his name and reputation. From a wife who tried to poison him to once-trusted comrades and their many betrayals, South Africa’s fourth democratic president has suffered all the slings and arrows, but has managed to oppose them every time. It also looks at why Jacob Zuma – a man many know as the great Keeper of the ANC’s Secrets – has for so long been such a big target, long before democracy and any thought that he might ever be president. Ultimately it is the story of the struggle itself, and how the dream was betrayed.


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Everyone with power knows you need to watch your back. ‘They’ are always coming for you. This goes doubly for Jacob Zuma. For decades, he has woken up every day knowing ‘Today could be the day they finally get me’. And every night he’s gone to bed realising he has frustrated his many enemies a little longer. He is not called the ultimate survivor for nothing. This book Everyone with power knows you need to watch your back. ‘They’ are always coming for you. This goes doubly for Jacob Zuma. For decades, he has woken up every day knowing ‘Today could be the day they finally get me’. And every night he’s gone to bed realising he has frustrated his many enemies a little longer. He is not called the ultimate survivor for nothing. This book tells the hitherto little-known stories of the many attempts to ‘Kill Zuma … By Any Means Necessary’, whether that was through brazen efforts to snuff out his life or the more subtle but far more persistent efforts to destroy his name and reputation. From a wife who tried to poison him to once-trusted comrades and their many betrayals, South Africa’s fourth democratic president has suffered all the slings and arrows, but has managed to oppose them every time. It also looks at why Jacob Zuma – a man many know as the great Keeper of the ANC’s Secrets – has for so long been such a big target, long before democracy and any thought that he might ever be president. Ultimately it is the story of the struggle itself, and how the dream was betrayed.

47 review for Kill Zuma By Any Means Necessary

  1. 4 out of 5

    Geoffrey Abrams

    It is an easy read and well structured. However, the author is much opinionated in vilifying Cyril. I would have preferred that he supported his opinions with references to balance his claims. The last Chapter ends abruptly and it was the chapter I felt he could have explored a little further.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dingi Masakale

    Loved the book and the SA history perspective he gives

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    Cleopatra

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    Kwandokuhle

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  46. 5 out of 5

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  47. 5 out of 5

    Denise

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