Time to behave like a grown nation and stop making excuses

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South Africans need to stop behaving like a youngster who refuses to change. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images
South Africans need to stop behaving like a youngster who refuses to change. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images

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One of the known characteristics of youth is adventure and living dangerously.

At some point, however, all youngsters who are serious about life know that they have to put their adventurous ways behind them and start behaving like decent human beings, mindful of the reality that at some stage they will have to be functional adults in their families and society.

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