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,
Ronald Mpongose of Vosloorus writes,
Talente Nkosi writes,
From the Bible, the Bhagavad-Gita and the Koran.
I would like to compliment the Germiston Flying Squad on the great service their members gave me after I was hijacked during the night last year. After the incident happened, I flagged down a police vehicle that was driving past and told the officers what had just happened to me. The policeman gave his name…
“All people have challenges in life, but it is up to you to decide if the challenges break you or build you,” said Mzolo.
“You don’t need to be a mighty person with financial muscle. All you need is a kind heart. I am still a student but I can still help the community because of the love I have for the them.”
It is sad to watch poor people being coerced into parting with their hard-earned cash every week-end with promises of empty riches in heaven after they die.
This is the worst form of human brutality a person can commit on a fellow human being, let alone a child.
“I am a young person good enough, but I am at no stage ready to be given a R1-million government grant to start a business,” Glady Phaladi.