Why should Sindi stay on Muvhango?
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.