No doubt the business destruction and racial divide, intolerance and crime in the country may emerge bigger than what took place in Zimbabwe.
But as we raise our voices in alarming to this vices what are we doing positively to avert the looming destruction?
No doubt ANC ruling government has failed; Jacob Zuma has proven himself to be incapable of running the affairs of the country. Yet, neither him nor Malema and their activities pose serious threat to this country like business refusing to transform, and the activities of those who hold the economic power-house of this country.
Again, we should not look away from the activities resulting from events of the past.
Demands made by Lomnie mine workers and other workers from other mines in the country for wage increase does not amount to crime neither has it anything to do with racial differences or intolerance - that has the faces of xenophobic undertone. So is lending support to striking mine workers by Julius Malemas.
Should we begin to condemn and criticize the President Jacob Zuma, in which direction all the firing that has been coming from Julius Malema has been going with the support of the friends of Julius and he Julius naming himself - friends of the mine workers and posing as the voice of the oppress.
All of these raise the question; “who is to blame” for the causes of the disorientations of the people, the fighting among ANC members, the low wage paid to mine workers and now we are dealing with another wage increase demand by truck drivers and inflations in the country.
Looking closely at all of these problems which normally and only comes up at the times the country is going into political elections, when leadership of the nation is about to be changed, we will realize that there seem to be something stimulating or triggering these unhealthy situation in the country and that there are purposes for them.
Mine owners and workers are part of the society much as they are part of the changes the country has transformed into and is living in. They are part of the troubles and changes that was given solution during the last dispensation. If today, the same problems reoccur, positive minds - bereaved of any ill agenda and plots, even the mine owners and workers should be worry of such development.
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