Society must stop mocking our political leaders and instead join them in their fight against crime, Samkelo Ncwane of Germiston writes.
Steven Matiwane of Katlehong writes,
No one can dispute that the number of gun crimes in South Africa is extremely high, scary and depressing.
Ronald Mpongose of Vosloorus writes,
A recent survey of South African working households has found that consumers are under extreme financial pressure and are making sacrifices to stay on course.
For the Gauteng MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi to openly declare to have run out of ideas on how to deal with the growing national problem of teenage pregnancy in the province’s schools has sent shudders down the spines of frustrated parents, who themselves feel utterly hopeless about the problem.
Talente Nkosi writes,
There is no doubt in my mind that township hostels are often used as hiding places for people with dubious characters and have sometimes become dens of iniquity.
Looking back at some of my childhood memories and some of the activities we got up to, the 90s definitely were an interesting time to grow up in.
It’s now an open secret that some wise people are calling for the name of our beloved Mzansi to be changed.
I feel sick to the pit of my stomach! Not only have we stolen our nation’s wealth, we’ve also become the most violent and ruthless nation on the face of the earth, especially against those who look to us for love, respect and protection, among them children, women and the elderly.