Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - COMMENT -

The DA wants to rule South Africa and ad­mits its MPs were in­ad­e­quately pre­pared for the Eq­uity Bill. Shame on you Zille. Now please stop com­plain­ing about the govern­ment. We will be worse off if you can­not even be ef­fec­tive as op­po­si­tion.

At least He­len Zille had the guts to say ‘I made a mis­take and I am sorry’. We never hear that from the ANC and I think that although Zille has apol­o­gised for back­ing the EE Bill, this stupid blun­der is go­ing to up­set many of the vot­ers.

My word, the ANC open­ing a School of Govern­ment to train of­fi­cials. Yes, to train them how to de­fraud the tax­payer with­out noticing sooner.

The pres­i­dent is duck­ing and div­ing yet again. Give him a vote of no con­fi­dence.

I am dis­gusted by the ob­vi­ous sight of in­equal­ity. It pains me to read daily in the Cape news­pa­pers that this prov­ince and us white peo­ple in par­tic­u­lar keep on say­ing this is the best prov­ince when it comes to ser­vice de­liv­ery. That is of course our re­al­ity and the DA’s too. But not that of the peo­ple on the Flats. Re­ally peo­ple, let’s stop these bla­tant lies.


All MPs’ credit cards with­drawn be­cause they have enough cash in hand­bags and back pock­ets.

I have just fig­ured out why our dear im­por­tant ANC politi­cians have the blue bri­gade. So that they don’t have to face the poverty on the streets.

The ANC Youth League ob­vi­ously thought money grows on trees like their el­ders do. No doubt apartheid will once again take the rap for it.

How great it would be if South Africa was the only coun­try in the world where no­body paid for their rent, elec­tric­ity and wa­ter. Just like the guy in Tafel­sig with six chil­dren, de­pend­ing on dis­abil­ity grants. Not much wrong with his abil­ity to pro­duce. And then our Gwede Man­tashe de­clares war on the DA.

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