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South Africa remains torn apart after 18 years

11 December 2012, 15:40
South Africa remains black against white! Every time when a politician opens their mouth than we can see that war, Mr Zuma recently told the ANC conference that the economy is still in white people's grasp to be honest we all know that,but perhaps we need to take it a step further and ask what did our Government do to better the lives of the poor of our country?

Recently there was a confusion about a document released by the anc about the first transition and the second transition but we all know that was only the reflection of the ruling party, blacks continue to live in abject poverty, shacks are all over the place, education is in disarray because the minister of education believes its not her responsibility, after 18 years our government has not build a single

University as a result  people lose their lives to obtain higher education, higher education remains a pipe dream for the poor. health: hospitals stink and are filthy, our people go to hospitals to die and what is sad is that we are doing nothing about it cause many of ourr poor people don't possess the knowledge or resources to take government to task as our white counterparts, I can go on and on!

All I want to ask you is lets put that energy and effort we use to defend our skin colours to the good of all south africans, but if we do fail to reconcile and work together to face our challenges I am afraid we will spend the next 100 years still defending our skin colours and the ruling elite will have still have a valid reason to exist, they will continue to thrive while we remain divide and miserable, many of you will continue to think that the majority are stupid but in all honesty thier are not stupid, there is simply no alternative! those who present themselves as an alternative are seen to be any diffrent, I certainly dont have the solutions to all our challenges but if we atleast start to work together and respect each other than atleast we will be making positive progress.  BLACK vs WHITE'S vs GOVERNMENT will never achieve anything but division but South Africans vs government only good can come from it.

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