Do you want a ‘blesser’ in your life?

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Cosatu pres­i­dent Sdumo Dlamini is con­fused. He can­not be­long to all three or­gan­i­sa­tions and ex­pect to pro­mote the ANC and de­nounce the SA Com­mu­nist Party. When he starts speak­ing about work­ers’ is­sues, peo­ple will start tak­ing him se­ri­ously. As a worker, I want to hear about his stance on labour bro­kers. Madimetja Mafafo Gaut­eng This is a strat­egy. The ANC and Sdumo Dlamini want to de­stroy our coun­try for their own ben­e­fit, not the ben­e­fit of union mem­bers. Cosatu should fight to re­move the cur­rent pres­i­dent to res­cue our jobs.

If Gord­han is a prob­lem for Cosatu, let us dump the ANC and fight for work­ers, not for Cab­i­net posts. Dikeledi Makoro Gaut­eng It’s bet­ter to have some­one who ad­mires you. Mil­dred Kolobe Gaut­eng I think it’s a good thing to have some­one who ad­mires you and loves you for who you are. Jac­que­line Groot­boom Eastern Cape I would like to have a real blesser in my life. Joe Pi­eter­mar­itzburg, KwaZulu-Natal My late teacher in Jab­u­lani, Soweto, dur­ing the 1970s was very fond of re­mark­ing that “money talks”. We never re­ally un­der­stood the con­text then. In­deed, money talks, and loudly. Viva cap­i­tal­ism! Ed­die Mapitsi North West You can­not tell any­one how to spend his or her money. But can’t the blessers (most of them are busi­ness­men) con­sider giv­ing the blessees jobs? Most of them are young, en­er­getic and ed­u­cated girls. These girls can share the money they get for free with poor fam­i­lies or neigh­bours – some of the kids in their com­mu­ni­ties are go­ing to school with­out warm clothes this win­ter. Yes, it’s not your fault, but please, let’s help the poor com­mu­ni­ties be­cause blessees are not poor. Mike Pana­gos Pre­to­ria, Gaut­eng So your wife is good enough to pro­duce three chil­dren for you, and cook and clean for you, but you need ex­tra­mar­i­tal “yel­low bones” (a racist com­ment) to sat­isfy your lust? You sym­bol­ise ev­ery­thing that is wrong about this coun­try. Shame on you! You will con­tract a sex­ual dis­ease, pass it on to your good wife and you’ll both die, leav­ing your chil­dren be­hind as or­phans. You suck, dude.

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