LENDING A HELPING HAND TO A CONFUSED ZANC
The once industrious and formidable black, green and yellow powerful party we know is kicking the last political ball. This is a dying horse which it can’t hide anymore. Even the kids are well aware of it, together with all imbeciles and morons of first grade are making preparations for the funeral around the corner waiting to be announced officially soon. The sickness that eluded and beat all the lancets of all the specialist doctors ensuring a painful long walk to the grave was inevitable in the hands of our singing and dancing leader who possesses the last and final nails that will be toenadering the rest of the toes of the party to guarantee it speechless and motionless while dazilles and malemas would be singing victorious songs in the balcony of the parliament after May. I remember I saw all the nails, I think they kept them at Inkandla with the cows.
There are specific solutions to their problems, simply and ANC need to race against dying time to correct it. To be honest people are not against ANC, the biggest party that was loved, feared and respected in its heydays but people and supporters are deserting the today zanc because of the indolent attitude of our inept leaders. To rescind the grave-ward route and retrograde this one-way route, ANC must get a number of candidates on the ballot paper so that all the plus/ minus 35% potential supporters on their migration to eff can be put on hold. The voters will put a cross on ANC on the ballot paper which I’m cork-sure and really confident of, but the good thing about it is; they will have the opportunity to choose either Ramaphosa, Motlanthe, Phosa, Sexwale etc. for example or whoever they want and I promise you it will not be Zuma, but then the problem will be solved because people do not necessarily go to eff because they like it, nay, it is because they were chased away from their home, they were forced to flee. Or else let ANC stand back and give other lurking parties chance, parties waiting in an ambush, give them chance to show you what you are lacking. We agree that you have failed, also dismally, now the plan is not to allow you to fail all the time because it will only mean that we enjoy with you your failures, we are not interested in wrong pedigrees. Now that you know clearly what is required of you, the choice is yours to face your death or make atonements and stay alive and competent, it’s easy.
Remember you fired malemas citing misbehaviour and juvenile delinquency as your reasons saying malema is a small boy he must first grow up, and I hope has by now. You said he cannot be allowed to dictate terms for you, but we are also saying we don’t want to be misled by geriatrics, polygamists and corrupted old men. What if the small boy comes out victorious from the polls and starts pulling strings on you? Would you still say he is a small boy? Doesn’t he have a fair chance to surprise us? Is he not the Government in the waiting? You are so stubborn even if you watch your party disintegrating into a midget, manikin but you still hardened to make corrections, change is needed and urgently. As I said you’ll have no one to blame but yourself because you are only interested in making your fishing pond smaller. We are tired of poverty, we have cried loud a lot, the tears wells have even run dry, we are not interested in problems anymore. Let us come together and solve this problem whilst it is still a baby. We have lost a lot and nearly everything. Let us now try sharing ideas to govern this country well and create a better future for all. Maybe we must listen to one another and even share the power instead of being greedy to our peril. To me whether ANC, DA, EFF or whatever, is not important, all what we need we are asking for better governance through proper leadership, not necessarily ANC. Let us start by correcting critical things like service deliveries, get infrastructure to a better tune and taste. Come on guys, you can do it and you know it. Let us use taxpayer contributions more for the right and deserving intensions. What more do we need to say? ‘Dit is selfsprekend’!!! Maybe we can keep the big shops open for twenty four hours where we’ll have structure of three shifts: Shop attendants working from seven in the morning till three, in the afternoon to be relieved by a shift that works till 23h00 and in turn to be relieved by a shift that stretches till seven in the morning to be relieved by the first shift, hence rotating. Because of crime, we will therefore need to employ police and security personnel on horse-back, motorbikes, bicycles and anything. But be honest with me, is this not job-creation, how many people will be employed by this system? If not, give your suggestion and don’t end up by criticizing.
By: Modibana Kadi
Author of books:
‘Itinerant Child of Azania’
‘An Egg Never Hatched’
‘Pelong Ya Mmapelo’
‘Dikenywa Tša Tlala’ (Fruits of Hunger)
‘Truth Never Told’
‘A Journey Through Life’