Jacob Zuma and his Cabinet have failed the citizens
South Africa is one of the states that are respected by the world for its peaceful operation and mediating the negotiations in other countries. I personally believe that we have fallen behind in terms of forming peace among the South African communities. The black community is not in good terms with the white community, Indian & coloured. Black people still feel to be travelling on the yellow line to socialise with whites, while on the other side the whites are travelling far right and usually feeling unsafe to the blacks. This is not apartheid situation but is was influenced by that. I think our state need to build peace and cohesion through out the communities, love and peace be among all of us. The Indian brother must be my brother as a black man, a white brother must be my brother too...all of us must be one. I remember during the 2010 Fifa world cup, I had the feeling that we are coming together as one, we sang 'Africa United, one color one nation' and Waka Waka. The spirit and emotions were so high. The said part was, after te world cup, people start with their bad behaviour and we provoke communities, talk bad about them, which I personally discourage. No matter which political party you like, or not even interested in politics, no matter what church you go to, whichever the company you work for or your position maybe.. WE ARE ONE BIG NATION THAT HAS TO LOVE AND CARE TO BUILD A HEALTHY SOCIETY.
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