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Fix toi­lets and bad con­duct MEC Which prob­lem does MEC Panyaza Le­sufi seek to solve by want­ing all matrics to write the same exam? We have a plethora of chal­lenges at town­ship schools. Sort out those stink­ing toi­lets, way­ward teach­ers and pupils first. – Chopo Be wary of your kids’ fu­ture South Africans, es­pe­cially you black ma­jor­ity, I chal­lenge you to go ahead and de­stroy your kids’ fu­ture once again by vot­ing for the con­tin­u­a­tion of the de­struc­tion of SA by my ANC. – Bon­gani, Mo­gale City Manyi’s U-turn unim­pres­sive We can­not be mis­led by what Mzwanele Manyi of ATM is say­ing about the ANC to­day. Un­til very re­cently, he was in­stru­men­tal in the loot­ing of our coun­try’s bil­lions of rands by the Gup­tas. – Oriah Choshane Anony­mous bet­ter give ad­vice Re­fer­ring to the reader who wrote, “ANC is my party but it must lose” (09/01/2019). If the ANC loses as “Anony­mous” wishes, what will he gain? In­stead of giv­ing ad­vice, as a card-car­ry­ing mem­ber, he writes non­sense. – Mr B, Diep­kloof Guards’ con­di­tions are dire The hu­mil­i­a­tion of Char­lie Mabuza of GEW Se­cure Se­cu­rity is just a drop in the ocean. Guards are beaten, sex­u­ally as­saulted, paid poorly and dis­missed sum­mar­ily. Only un­e­d­u­cated, harsh ones are pro­moted to su­per­vi­sion.

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