Jacob Zuma is not an ordinary citizen – he’s the former president of the country.

He’s now regarded as an elder, and according to African culture he needs to be accorded the utmost respect.

But instead of people flocking to him to seek sound advice, people admonish him to do the right thing.

Since he’s refused to appear before the commission, several people have appealed to him to change his mind.

EFF leader Julius Malema recently met the old man over tea.

It’s presumed Malema went there to convince him to comply with the court order.

I really don’t understand why Msholozi should be begged to respect the law.

As a former president, he should lead by example, but he’s chosen otherwise. He’s not above the law. Let him face the music.

) Thabile Mange