I would like to pay tribute to all those who fought the apartheid system as we celebrate our 20th anniversary on Sunday.
You know I've looked back before 1994 as young boy who grow up in Soweto the way things where happening. The following was our daily bread in black communities:
Violence, crime, drug dealers, rape, few young blacks owning cars tec. I can mention a lot but the space doesn't allow that. all these things where affecting us badly cause our government where supporting those who are trying to destroy our communities as a result we have to fully appreciate those who sacrifice their lives for this. That's why we have to fully celebrate our 20th anniversary of freedom.
For those who doesn't know or are clueless of these events should ask their elders about these. lastly, for those who will vote for DA should be aware of those who sacrifice their lives for this.
our hero once said "never will this country be dominated by a minority who will make sue sure that our fields are tilted on one side cause both races are equal in the eyes of God"
Aluta continua!!!!!!!!! VIVA SOUTH AFRICA.
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