SA in free (fees) fall

The Times (South Africa) - - Opinion&letters -


T● The com­mand that some­thing be done by the pres­i­dent — and not the peo­ple of South Africa — is go­ing to see us ride faster on the slip­pery road to obliv­ion.

The ANC NEC is so scared of Pres­i­dent Zuma you can hear the shiver in their voices as they try by all means to sup­port the man.

The ANC gov­ern­ment ru­ined ed­u­ca­tion when they low­ered the pass grade. Later they gave the same kids a “bonus” to make sure they passed.

These strug­gling, poorly ed­u­cated kids who can­not even read have found a ve­hi­cle to while away their empty heads and time — free ed­u­ca­tion. — Sizwe Bsanzi Parkies

player sim­ply be­cause of his ex­otic hairstyle. Put the ball in the air and Skosan is un­able to find it.

In Et­se­beth he has picked a cap­tain whose only ploy when the team is not win­ning is to give up com­pletely and pass his neg­a­tiv­ity on to the other 14 play­ers.

There are many more Boks who play as though this is their first time (hope­fully their last).

The coach must take all the blame, not the team. Fall­ing on his sword seems to be an ac­cept­able so­lu­tion. — Gra­ham Lash­brooke, Cape Town

Pic­ture: Jack Tay­lor/Getty Images

A Clay Model of a Fer­rari J50,

2015, front, and a wooden model of the Fer­rari 365 P by Pin­in­fa­rina,

1966, left, on dis­play at the Fer­rari: Un­der the Skin ex­hi­bi­tion at the De­sign Mu­seum in London. Fer­rari cars worth £140-mil­lion are fea­tured in the ex­hi­bi­tion, which marks the 70th an­niver­sary of Fer­rari

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