No one majority should have all that power

South Africa: A country where the majority of the people in it complain for 365 x 5 days about:

  • The suffering they go through on a daily.
  • The corruption of the government tenders.
  • The fire-pools of Skandla.
  • The miners that were ruthlessly shoot in Marikana.
  • The late delivery of textbooks in Limpopo.
  • The ever so hated e-tolls.
  • The bloody Eskom.
  • The 13 SA soldiers killed in the Central African Republic.
  • The rated R painting of the defaced spear of the nation painting.
  • The (way below the cost of living) minimum wage, and not forgetting to mention
  • The booed, at the memorial of one of the greatest revolutionaries of our time, president.

But all this seems to be forgotten on the very day giving to them to actually voice their concerns. Election day.

Amandla! Awethu?

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  • If you have a worpress account you don’t have to fill out intel. You just have to be logged in. I’ll see what they have in the options though.

  • That elephant restrained story is on some crazy tip…on point for days…

    P.S can’t you make us not have to fill in this much information when commenting

  • Truth be told comrade. Goes back to that whole elephant restrained by a rope philosphy >> http://academictips.org/blogs/the-elephant-rope/ <<.

  • Amandla are far from being Awethu. A lot of South Africans still live with the fear of going against a ruling party and the lack of making decisions of their own, just like the fear of complaining we have. Until we can raise children with open minds and who don’t feel like they owe something to the ruling party, but rather the ruling party and more especially the government owns them good service is when we will make choices that are beneficial to our future as a country.

    I won’t even comment on the presidential candidates, they have a long way to go before realizing that pointing out someone’s mistake does not make you better.