Khume Ramulifho, the DA shadow MEC for education, has no idea what he is talking about when he says Lesufi is not guilty for the loss of R800 million from the Gauteng education department. As the head of the department, it is his job to make sure this does not happen. AfriForum as businessmen know this. Fire Lesufi, and charge him.
Only a total tax revolt and the death penalty can save us from a corrupt and arrogant ANC. Taxpayers need to stand up and say: “We are sick of being abused”.
The only way that this country is going to survive is for all the SOEs to be privatised. There is too much money being stolen through corrupt transactions and unlawful expenditure. You only have to drive around Tshwane and see all the Range Rovers driven by overnight billionaires.
Watching footage of Boris Johnson attempting to shear sheep while on the campaign trail in Wales has convinced me that he cuts his own hair!
I don’t understand why we don’t have intelligence officers or Saps officers at the malls after so many years experiencing robberies during this time of year. In a normal country we would have seen leaders resigning or being fired because of an inability to do their jobs.
Not a single protest uprising in 20 years has been about the lack of transformation or party unity or inequalities. Yet that is all the ANC has been using in politics for all these years to stay in power, for no benefit to the country’s citizens. And President Cyril Ramaphosa is no different.
A democracy? A civilised country is what we need more than anything as we watch the horrors of the abuse of women and children in the land. Men, you should all be ashamed of yourselves.
Brendan Seery, thanks for your hilarious Monday column once again. I am sure that our president would love to hear that the flightless bird and its parasites have become extinct. Hopefully next Monday you will have an “ace” up your sleeve concerning dairies and statues.
Transformation in the public sector has been disastrous because of incompetence and misappropriation, but the president says he wants to see more transformation in the private sector. The last nail in SA’s coffin.