Thank you. Kushushu! Xa kushushu kubanjena kakade! [It is hot! This is what you get when it is hot!]
On Cope, everybody should indeed speak out against corruption. But it is important that we speak the facts; not untested allegations. As we speak about that, we must also talk about the legacy of corruption left by some who held that office.
With regard to the delivery of books in Limpopo and the court decision, the Minister of Education, as one of those who are involved in the Limpopo intervention, has said openly that she will not defy a court decision. She is in the process of implementation. The fact of the matter is that we had to clear up a lot of issues there and deal with administration even before we could make any further purchases. Thank you very much. [Applause.]