11.9.2019 09:32 am
But, hey, our hopes were raised with the appointment of Cyril Ramaphosa. We expected a miracle. How dumb can we get?
A teacher accused our class of being a bunch of idiots, fools and clowns. The same can be said of South Africans, of which I’m a good example. Head cases, all of us.
Supposedly, cometh the hour, cometh the man. Ramaphosa, so far, has shown little sign of being that man.
What interim Proteas team director Enoch Nkwe and fitness guru Greg King have done is lay down a telling marker.
An Onion to Prasa for a tweet about dealing with its problems by convening a ‘war room’. Who is your enemy? Commuters are your customers.
To the rest of the African leadership: Who are you and who are you leading when your people are dying while trying to escape their country of birth?
Maybe the time has come for us to consider a wall on our borders with Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia… for their protection.
An important discussion took place on the sidelines of the 2019 World Economic Forum (WEF) Africa meeting in Cape Town this week.
Those behind the attacks want us to believe that foreign nationals are a homogenous group involved in drugs and human trafficking. Not all of them are.
Teach the men – and chastise, arrest and punish the men who continue to hunt us as their prey.
We cannot look to Cele for answers but at least he appreciates the gravity. Can the same be said for President Cyril Ramaphosa?
As for signage, like street names, most without vowels, makes getting to places stressful.
I think men and women should read each other’s magazines.
The best thing that could happen for SA’s economy right now is decisive leadership.
‘Look at us. The closer we get to the front, the slower the queue seems to move.’ He was right.