The Citizen (Gauteng) - - LETTERS -

Ex-fi­nance min­is­ter Gi­gaba at­tempted to bully the poor­est of the poor into do­ing tax re­turns. He won’t get much sym­pa­thy from the pub­lic. Joe Moore

Prasa cost us our jobs. We buy tick­ets for a month to travel to our work­places. Places where we earn money for food to put on our ta­bles. But we get warn­ings ev­ery day un­til dis­missal be­cause of our daily trans­port. Pa­ballo

The de­mand for hunt­ing cre­ates a sup­ply of wild an­i­mals. This free mar­ket sys­tem has in­creased wildlife from pal­try num­bers in 1960 to 18 000 head of game to­day. Hunt­ing has con­served mil­lions of hectares of nat­u­ral habi­tat. Why mess with that, Peter Bachtis? John

Dan­ish cit­i­zens are ar­rested in SA for fraud. But why is it that our po­lice don’t ar­rest all our gov­ern­ment of­fi­cials for cor­rup­tion and theft? Go fig­ure. LD

Re­gard­ing the Prasa ve­hi­cle fleet. Their in­ter­nal cor­rup­tion is so in­tense it took them a year to work out who would re­ceive the cream from the ten­der. Mike S

The time has come that Prasa go back and be rein­cor­po­rated into Transnet. It will save them from to­tal col­lapse. Ja­cob

The ANC can’t run a mu­nic­i­pal­ity. Vaal Tri­an­gle is a sewage pit. The mayor who caused it gets pro­moted to Gaut­eng pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ment. What a joke. Ross

Ross, The Ci­ti­zen is a pro-Li­ons news­pa­per. Only their play­ers can play rugby. I agree 100% with you re­gard­ing Pol­lard. Shorty

Why is ev­ery­one pick­ing on Cyril Ramaphosa’s son for be­ing in­volved in the Bosasa deal. He did it all on his own. That’s how the ANC works. Is ev­ery­one be­ing silly? Gior­gos Petrou

Africa is so ig­no­rant that they think they know it all, but very stupid in their deals with China, who laughs all the way to the bank while they in­vade Africa. Bee

How on earth do the rhinopoach­ing king­pins get “pocket money” bail? This is hor­ri­fy­ing and makes a to­tal mock­ery of all the good work an­tipoach­ing groups do. Cut off their horns. Anony­mous

The ma­jor­ity of demo­cratic coun­tries base their constitution on re­li­gion. Swear­ing in of min­is­ters ends along the lines of “so help me God”. Why, then, do most of th­ese min­is­ters lie at any op­por­tu­nity, which is clearly against any re­li­gion? Ed

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