Ancestors are people that had passed away and keep living in the world of spirituality, if you believe to your ancestors, you will believe that ancestors can communicate and convey messages through our dreams it is only gifted people that can hear their voices and they can control every side and they are able to acceptable each an every person has his own calling, a person must be called by his ancestors to start the calling some people have been told that it is difficult to do the training, you will under go
Bathabile Dlamini spits fire after Enyobeni tavern tragedy. Look at what she said about alcohol laws
The Enyobeni tavern incident is a pain in every parent's heart. Alcohol is to blame for the incident that claimed the lives of 21 young people in the Eastern Cape. Alcohol has become a serious enemy in the lives of many South Africans. The question that arises is, are we having an alcohol problem in South Africa?
ZIMBABWE Doesn't Compromise IMMIGRATION LAWS; Monyela Responds To News 24 Journalist Qaanitah Hunter
ZIMBABWE Doesn't Compromise IMMIGRATION LAWS; Monyela Responds To News 24 Journalist Qaanitah Hunter https://twitter.com/ClaysonMonyela/status/1541390083596734465?t=TVwnWrLYd0Jg5ZVPJ4Oniw&s=19 South Africa, Twitter - Well it seems even top politicians in South Africa are fed up with Zimbabweans and their constant complaints about South African issues, including immigration laws.
Source: https://twitter.com/vngalwana/status/1539168131159138305?t=YeYIhf0Gypn_f94P-F-Y7A&s=19 Senior advocate, Vuyani Ngalwana has called for consistency in the application of the law pointing out that people cannot afford to pay a blind eye to crime if it involves president Cyril Ramaphosa, yet when it was Zuma the same people were shouting the loudest.
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Whose Interest Does the Law Serve because when people talk of the rule of law one gets the sense that the law is as fair as death but truth is that the law is a bed of roses for others but a bed of scopions for the majority, some decades ago the USA supreme court ruled in Roe vs Wade that abortion was Constitutional under normal circumtances, this should have been end of the story but alas no it seems the doctrine of precedent where deference is made to previous rulings especially in cases with similar circumstances
"Let the law run its course, says Mbeki that is our former President the law should be allowed to take it's course the mighty ANC misses leaders like Mbeki, not leaders who just decide to sell the country to the Guptas and start blaming other people for their criminal acts but Ramaphosa is above the law and he will use his resources to prevent the wheels of justice, from running their course because with Zuma he made it clear to the public that he should be removed immediatelyVery good words former President but the problem is the rule of law is questionable up to the level of judiciary, the question is how did South Africans allow for it to happen when they are the one not in power of the country's resource.
Source: https://twitter.com/MzwaneleManyi/status/1539578514625757186?t=oeotPY0q4fDm6OVcTY7FAA&s=19 The narrative of 'Zuma laws' was used by his legal team in their defense of the former president citing that South Africa cannot afford to have laws that are uniquely reserved for Jacob Zuma, and not for others.
As much as the law through police officials and it's other relevant individuals always advocate for the fact that people should not take the law into thier own hands whenever they have found someone at the wrong side of the law, Truth is the very same law seems to be continually failing the very same people they tell not to take the law into thier own hands by the laws actions of discipline whenever they have found someone who has wronged the law.
A Lady Recently Left Everyone Talking In Social Media After She Did This In #Mamazala Source: Hashtag #Mamazala twitter page and Dstv MojaLoveTv channel 157 latest episode https://twitter.com/MojaLoveTv/status/1538181320358219779?t=vX12K3B8Xwpn3Ds1ms_XrA&s=19 Another in-laws that thinks they are entitled to everything. A Woman known as Marcia wrote to #Mamazala after her in-laws have been denying knowing her, but they identified her late husband’s ex-girlfriend as his real wife.
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His defense team invoked the concept of "Zuma laws" to argue that South Africa cannot afford to have special treatment for former president Jacob Zuma. Some say that judges ruled differently than usual in the Zuma case so they could show that no one is immune to punishment.
The rule of law is built on consistency, and we can't have different laws for Zuma and Cyril, as Vuyani says. https://www.cfr.org/blog/zumas-arrest-good-news-rule-law-south-africa Senior Advocate Vuyani Ngalwana has called for the law to be applied consistently. He says that people can't stand to turn a blind eye to wrongdoing when it involves President Cyril Ramaphosa, but when it involved Zuma, the same people yelled the loudest.
The loudest critics of Zuma are relatively silent about Ramaphosa. Vuyani Ngalwana urges legislation consistency. Arthur Fraser, the former chief of intelligence, has been targeted by Ramaphosa's followers who say he has hidden motivations in reporting crimes at Phala Phala Farm. Fraser is suspected of initiating criminal accusations against Ramaphosa.
The same folks who were the loudest when it was Zuma are suddenly largely silent now that it's Ramaphosa. Legal expert Vuyani Ngalwana has urged uniformity in the implementation of the law. Arthur Fraser, the former head of intelligence, has been targeted by Ramaphosa's followers who allege he has hidden agendas in reporting the crimes that took place at president Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala Phala Farm. As if being labeled a RET force wasn't bad enough, Fraser is now being accused of initiating criminal charges
As I'm receiving reports the NPA is refusing to prosecute Ramaphosa over Phala Phala money laundering & cover up, I must say this was expected, so I'd like to point to this letter to the NPA issued by Black Civil Society (NGO) from the Western Cape.
As prices keep falling, the hiring boom in cryptocurrency reverses. All Americans have suffered as a result of rising interest rates, escalating inflation, and declining stock values, but digital currencies have been particularly severely impacted. According to some observers, the layoffs made last week at cryptocurrency firms may only be the start of a reckoning as the still-emerging cryptocurrency business experiences a dramatic reverse from the celebrity-driven boom it witnessed a few months ago.
https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2022-06-22-corruption-one-of-biggest-hurdles-to-development-of-rule-of-law-in-africa/?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1655917088 Debasement, government failure and an absence of straightforwardness and responsibility are the greatest obstacles to the improvement of law and order in Africa. This is the focal finding in a first-of-its-sort overview of legitimate experts in 24 African nations, directed by online lawful news stage Africa Legal and supplier of lawful, administrative and business data LexisNexis SA.
1. Get in a routine If you're depressed, you need a routine, according to Ian Cook, MD. Ian is a physician and the director of UCLA's Depression Research and Clinic Program. 2. Set goals When you're depressed, you may feel as though you can't accomplish anything. As a result, you develop a negative attitude toward yourself. To help you push back, set daily goals for yourself. 3. Exercise Endorphins, or feel-good hormones, are temporarily increased. In the long run, it may be beneficial to persons suffering from
The regime has finally released my Panasonic P2 broadcast camera, Avid video edit suite, Laptop and cell phones. The equipment was seized on 20 July 2020 after I was arrested and jailed for exposing State corruption and the looting of public funds, I got the equipment 30 minutes ago from the CID Law and Order department ~ Hopewell Chin'ono Was it wrapped or not Hopewell must bring forensic experts to examine it, we still need you as yellow citizens for checks and balances in our country, therefore we would not want you inhaling any toxic chemicals as for the mobile phones throw them into the pool.