9.7.2020 10:46 am
It is a response by the many marginalised, poverty-stricken and hungry South Africans to a system that excludes them in all imaginable ways.
Corruption is not our number one enemy in this country. It is problem, but not the main problem. Has there ever been a point in the past 100 years or more in South Africa when corruption was not a problem? Well, the short answer is no. However, when Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu released the latest municipality audit results, we reacted with total dismay.
If we want this to happen, the opposition must get its act together and we have to do rest at the polls.
Lockdown is depriving many of us of our humanity. One thing we must not surrender is our ‘ubuntu’. Virtual meetings, lessons, lectures and so on have merit, especially in these times.
There’s a King Pie in my area that’s too far to walk and too close to drive. It’s a problem. I might have to move. It would be easier if they moved.
The reality remains, just as all technology requires updates from time to time, in order to ensure adapted functionality, society also needs to adapt, meaning some like Schuster may, unfortunately, be caught in the race storm for change.
People who refuse to wear masks have no right to, in the name of ‘freedom’, pass on this virus to vulnerable people who may die.
Jessie Duarte’s revelation indicate that the ANC’s much-vaunted policy of nonracialism is dying on its feet.
PS: Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual recent events, is purely coincidental.
Knee-jerk reactions must be avoided at all costs now. Politicians must avoid trying to do what appears right and do what is effective – and that requires cool heads.
The municipalities will continue to plunder and loot until they are unable to provide basic services. And then the consequences will be catastrophic.
This is, after all, the country which copyrighted the mantra that “you can be anything you want to be” and “if you dream it, you can do it…”
I swear… some people just want to watch the world burn. Or maybe this is just a deeply cynical manifestation of Kanye’s previous support for the current incumbent.
‘We need to silence these people who can see our grand world plan. They ignore the Mainstream Media and use social media instead.’
Minister Angie Motshekga announced yesterday that only Grades 6 and 11 will return to the classroom today. She said institutions that are ready for the return of Grade Rs are allowed to reopen as well.
Sadly, many of those who complained there was not enough intimacy in their relationships are finding out there’s now too much.