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At the time of year that most people in South Africa break away for a holiday, (the lucky ones that is), or relax at home, it has unfortunately become necessary to burst a few bubbles and challenge the mainstream narrative. South Africa is teetering on the brink and staring into the abyss as it stumbles into oblivion in the new year and a new decade. Just how bad it will be will become clear soon enough. Let those with ears listen…
Planning to fail: Having pocketed millions, if not billions, by plundering Eskom in all sorts of ways through a variety of tender companies and who knows what else, it seems Cyril and The ANC have finally realised the Medupi & Kusile projects have bled dry, and are now looking for new ways to employ (steal) taxpayers money, to continue bleeding them dry… yet another new huge expensive project with new tenders, contracts, bribes & kickbacks. It is the same all over South Africa, build a new school, extort tenders, contracts, bribes & kickbacks. Then burn it down and steal more from the taxpayer by building another school with more tenders, contracts, bribes and kickbacks. The African Way.
In the media world there is a saying: If it bleeds, it leads. However according to the headlines and frontpages of mainstream media nowadays, it would seem this is no longer the case, as alleged racism is treated far more serious than murder or rape and given far more coverage! In fact with 56 murders a day, many homicides barely make the Facebook pages of these newspapers and rape doesn’t even get reported in many cases!
Annel Engelbrecht, owner of the Koeitjies and Kalfies creche in Centurion, still suffers the consequences of a fake racism incident manufactured by a racebaiting black mother which was picked up by Panyaza Lesufi, the well known hater of Afrikaans language schools and MEC for education in Gauteng.