The ANC does not know how to govern SA

2015-04-21 15:48
21 years on, it has been conclusively proven: the ANC does not know how to govern properly. Eskom was working fine when it was handed over to the ANC. Now, through cadre deployment and lack of maintenance, it is broken - and hundreds of thousands of jobs are being lost as a result. Businesses are going under. I wish the new head of Eskom Mr Molefe well - he is a bright man with a proven track record, but he will only succeed if ANC political interference is ended. The SA Post Office is bankrupt, under the ANC. The Road Accident Fund is R6.2 billion in the red, and has an R800 000 000 shortfall every month. Our children are not being properly educated under the ANC, unless parents can afford the many thousands of rands per month for private schools. As a result there is over 60% unemployment amongst the youth. Our public hospitals are deathtraps under ANC leadership. If only the ANC had followed Mandela's leading and worked with the existing experts in the field, gradually training up people to take over, all would have been well. But no, they immediately put in incompetent ANC cadres who didn't have a clue how to do the job. Far, far worse, these same ANC cadres have stolen thousands of millions for their own pockets from our limited tax kitty. Seven hundred thousand million rands stolen by the ANC so far. In other words, the ANC ARE ROBBING THE POOR. Remember that next time you vote. Your own future is at stake.
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