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Last week I watched the parliamentary questions for the President.
How embarrassing for a South African to see what our parliament has come to.
Pathetic and disgusting thuggery at its worst.
Isaac Mashaba put it better in the Citizen Newspaper last week.
“A successful coalition government doesn’t practice political thuggery. The insulting and scandalous behaviour so frequently witnessed in our halls of power is both insulting and shameful. That is neither politics nor leadership, but the complete absence thereof.
A coalition government may be the last hope to save our country from the poisoned political landscape that has been created”.
I couldn’t agree more.
Dr Isaac Mashaba speaks about the ANC’s old decayed leadership on YouTube chatting to Brendon Seary of the Citizen.
Parties must spell out their coalition Do’s and Don’ts.
Beware the political parties still preoccupied with winning – rather than governing – in 2024. And make your voting choices accordingly.
Lindiwe Mazibuko – Apolitical Foundation
Independent analyst Dr Frans Cronje’s think tank, the Social Research Foundation (SRF) has issued a report showing the ANC would likely win an absolute maximum of 52% of the vote in an election modelled on voter turnout of 56%.
Watch the Interview with BizNews Here
Time for South Africa to shine again – An inspiring article from Sean Peche.
A S’afriCAN living overseas. Sean Peche is the founder of UK-based Ranmore Funds.
Read the article on BizNews.com
Or check out what Rob Hersov has to say in the video below.
I have been involved in the Nursery Industry for 50 years!
As a supplier and distributor of products to growers, landscapers and retail outlets.
But at the age of 76, I am not able to do what I used to do.
It now takes me all day to do what I used to do all day.
So I supply Plastic Plant Pots from my home in Weltevreden Park, Roodepoort
I suppose it’s not really a business. It’s more like a service.
I just want to be useful.
And supplement my “pension” in the process.
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