By Thando Mgqolozana
During an evening that seems to be the longest in Zizi’s reminiscence, rather than writing the manifesto speech, the reader follows the anxiety-stricken baby-kisser in his race opposed to time and canopy of the evening, as he searches the campus for his lacking female friend. whereas Zizi is haunted through the phobia that Pamodi may perhaps reveal him for what he quite is, without end harmful his pristine snapshot because the favorite presidential candidate, Pamodi evades detection, and is nowhere to be came upon.
In the morning, the speech he can provide isn't whatever an individual can have anticipated from an SRC megastar: it's a litany of confessions for his questionable integrity and violence. As Zizi’s phrases fade, and a feeling of concern lingers within the air, he's confronted with the truth of his activities; as they realize that they might vote a hugely incorrect guy into workplace, how will those scholars vote? what's going to it suggest, both way?