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Rat Crisis in South Africa Gets Attention

Rat Crisis in South Africa Gets Attention

The rat crisis in South Africa has finally gotten the attention of the African National Congress (ANC) ruling party. Rats have caused havoc for years in South Africa and attempts to control the outbreaks have not improved living conditions. This week, the Johannesburg Municipality has set aside R2,5 million to fight the rat problem. It […]

President Zuma is Protected: Right or Wrong

President Zuma is Protected: Right or Wrong

South African President Jacob Zuma is protected, which brings up the subject of whether this is right or wrong. The African National Congress (ANC) ruling party has always defended Zuma, and the loyalty toward Zuma by party members is astonishing, considering there is no discussion over deciding what is right or wrong. Since the inauguration of […]

South Africa Water Crisis: Back to Basics

South Africa Water Crisis: Back to Basics

The ongoing water crisis in South Africa remains a constant concern, and going back to basics might generate a solution. Over the last 20 years, dependable, drinkable water and systems management has declined, causing a steady rise in troubles. Not only is the water crisis a problem, primary care, electricity, health and education services have deteriorated […]

Water Crisis in South Africa Signals a Failing Democracy

Water Crisis in South Africa Signals a Failing Democracy

Gauteng, South Africa has been experiencing a water crisis for over two weeks, signaling the failing democracy of the country. The Johannesburg water company has the responsibility of supplying water to the suburbs, and has indicated that the current water shortage is the worst experienced in over 110 years. Rand Water is the company that […]

Nuclear Deal for South Africa Spells Disaster

Nuclear Deal for South Africa Spells Disaster

The new nuclear deal signed between the president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, and the Russian premier, Vladimir Putin, spells disaster for South Africa. Can South Africa cope with the installation of eight nuclear power plants and maintain the system diligently? The African National Congress (ANC) party leader and President Zuma traveled to Russia recently and […]

Oscar Pistorius: A Reasonable Man?

Oscar Pistorius: A Reasonable Man?

A reasonable man is described as a person with common sense, with a good mental capacity that is stable, and it is arguable whether Oscar Pistorius is a reasonable man. A reasonable person, with common sense, will shoot to kill an intruder in order to save a life. In a moment of danger, there would […]

Teachers Cannot Teach Children to Read in South Africa

Teachers Cannot Teach Children to Read in South Africa

The Democratic Alliance (DA) official opposition party in South Africa issued a report saying that their teachers cannot teach children to read. According to the report, teacher training is not sufficient to ensure that children are taught to read. The act of instilling awareness of the importance of reading is absent. Dr. Nick Taylor, CEO of the National […]

Anarchy or Land Reform Warns Malema

Anarchy or Land Reform Warns Malema

Julius Malema told a Press Club in Cape Town that a peaceful land reform without compensation will stop Anarchy in South Africa. Malema said his people would never arrive at the Promised Land if the land reform issues were not resolved. Malema referred to past attempts as failures and warned that if political parties did […]

Affirmative Action Is the Real Victory for South Africa

Affirmative Action Is the Real Victory for South Africa

The African National Congress (ANC) believes that real victory for the nation is the ability to deliver, and affirmative action for South Africa is the answer. The ANC introduced affirmative action and the implementation is not only on the promises made but to bring about peace and prosperity, create opportunities and remove the poor living […]

Marxist Student Supports Malema in Land Grab Policy

Marxist Student Supports Malema in Land Grab Policy

Jaco Oelofse, a Marxist student at the University of Pretoria (TUKS), openly supports Julius Malema in his land grab policy. Oelofse, a member of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) political party, is the secretary of the student command team of TUKS. The young 23-year-old student taking political science and philosophy said there was no other alternative to […]

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