Why should Sindi stay on Mu­vhango?

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Jo­hannes Maboko Lim­popo She makes the soapie alive, cre­ative and en­joy­able. She makes us not want to miss it. She’s brave, strong and stands up for what she be­lieves in, no mat­ter whether what she be­lieves in is right or not. She should stay on Mu­vhango for­ever. Thabitha Lim­popo She un­der­stands the cul­ture and ethos of Mu­vhango. Doreen Lim­popo She grew up in Mu­vhango and she’s the best ac­tress ever. This soapie is like a par­ent to her. Lil­lian Gaut­eng Than­daza de­serves to stay on Mu­vhango be­cause she is a loyal and hon­est artist. Re­mem­ber, per­se­ver­ance is the mother of suc­cess. Frangelina Machaka Lim­popo I am an in­di­vid­ual who does not like soapies. But one day I hap­pened to watch Mu­vhango and I was im­me­di­ately at­tracted by the beauty of the lady and by the way she con­ducted her­self as a man­ager. She has all the qual­i­ties of a man­ager. I usu­ally ad­vise my friends in man­age­ment to fol­low Than­daza’s be­havioural skills, the way she dresses, con­ducts her meet­ings, her body lan­guage and com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills. She has di­rec­tion in life. I ad­mire her ac­tions a lot. Keep it up. God bless you. Nomthandazo Nkosi via SMS We love Sindi on Mu­vhango. She’s one of the best ac­tors. She is a strong woman and you must not re­move her as I won’t watch Mu­vhango. But can she please take Tshiv­enda classes? Se­ri­ously, with 20 years on the same story she is sup­posed to have mas­tered the lan­guage. Karabo Lim­popo Yes, Mu­vhango is her first love. Ramokone Manaka via SMS With­out her, Mu­vhango will not be the same. She is a one-of-akind ac­tress, al­ways hum­ble and strong enough to stand tall, no mat­ter what. Op­po­si­tion par­ties have con­trib­uted a lot to the fail­ure of the SA Po­lice Ser­vice (SAPS) be­cause, un­der Bheki Cele, when po­lice started to be hard on crim­i­nals, they said the ANC gov­ern­ment was killing peo­ple. We have seen po­lice­men get­ting shot be­cause they were scared to re­tal­i­ate. More peo­ple started to dis­re­spect our SAPS in the run-up to the Marikana tragedy. The new min­is­ter is go­ing to re­store the dig­nity of our po­lice of­fi­cers.

Faisol Dol­ley Western Cape

I like the guy. He is en­er­getic and his speeches give hope to the peo­ple. He can even rule the coun­try.

Zelda Nel Western Cape

Min­is­ter Fik­ila Mbalula cer­tainly has a charm­ing per­son­al­ity and is ap­proach­able. I think one should give him the ben­e­fit of the doubt. He talks the talk; now we should see if he walks the walk. Po­lice need more power, power with re­spon­si­bil­ity. I think he might help us find that balance and, hope­fully, ac­count­abil­ity. We want our coun­try back from crim­i­nal hands.

PJ Lephola via SMS

Min­is­ter Mbalula is just sweet talk. The only per­son who can take crim­i­nals head on is Bheki Cele. Let him be brought back and be given sup­port. The mere men­tion of the words “The new min­is­ter of po­lice Mr Bheki Cele” would send crim­i­nals scut­tling for cover.

Din­toe Taun­yane Free State

I think he will fol­low his talk with ac­tions. Let Par­lia­ment sup­port him by ef­fect­ing amend­ments to leg­is­la­tion and also chang­ing the mur­der charge of po­lice to high trea­son.

Ranger Mathonsi via SMS

Since 1994 the dan­ger al­lowance has been be­low R400. Ev­ery­thing is go­ing up but it re­mained low. How so? The lives of of­fi­cials are cheap.

Sindi Dlathu

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