SOME quotes spring to mind when it comes to South Africa’s tarnished No 1 and his illicitly enriched abominable friends.
American linguist and social critic Noam Chomsky said: “For the powerful, crimes are those that others commit.”
American lawyer and businessman Rudy Giuliani was spot on when he said: “It’s about time law enforcement got as organised as organised crime.”
Mario Puzo, the author of The Godfather, probably hit the nail on the head with: “Behind every successful fortune there is a crime.”
Zupta Incorporated should become Zupta Incarcerated, which would go a long way toward seeing them out our lives forever. Randburg I SHARE the grief and fear of the residents of Faerie Glen in Tshwane.
The biggest issue is that South Africa is too weak, and no constructive changes and reviews are being made for the betterment and safety of our lives.
For criminals, crime is a full-time business. Courts make it easy to get bail.
My suggestion it that there should be no bail for the big five. I reiterate: No bail. The big five are: rapists, murderers, hijackers, druglords and corrupt people in the cabinet.
If laws are not reviewed and changes made immediately then crime, the monster, is going to carry on and on. Police investigations and dockets will reach as high as the ceiling.
Crime is interrupting our daily lives, destroying our peace of mind and stressing us. As it is we have plenty of stress to deal with, politically and economically.
Police morale needs to be boosted. Minister Fikile Mbalula, an appeal from all South Africans to you is to please tackle this vampire, crime. Please. #CrimeLawsMustBeReviewed! Rustenburg
‘Behind every successful fortune there is a crime’