Jacob Zuma wants to be the next President of South Africa. He's been accused of corruption, but the state case dropped against him. He was accused of rape, but was acquitted. For the life of me, I don't understand why such a man enjoys the support that he does. To lead such a country, you have to have some sort of moral authority. Does he have it? Just because you have a common touch does not mean that you're fit to govern. When Desmond Tutu says that South Africa has lost its' way, I can see why.