Date: 16/05/21 Source: https://twitter.com/SizweDhlomo/status/1405516776729759745?s=19 When Cyril Ramaphosa finished his National Address on Tuesday, many people already knew that he made a big mistake. He had introduced a lot of restrictions to the country by forgot to add one of the most important restrictions of them all and that is schools.
Mzwanele Manyi has ask president Cyril Ramaphosa to declare a period of Mourning, in recognition of the role in which president kaunda has played in our struggle. And as one would expect, many people were quick to react to what Mzwanele Manyi has written on his official Twitter account.
South Africa can at least breathe a sigh of relief after the massive jump in cases reported yesterday. Cases jumped to more than 13000 in a single day. But tonight the situation looks a bit different. The number of cases tonight are sitting at 11767 down from 13246.
Some pictures of Cyril Ramphosa that have been leaked to social media has sparked a debate online .The pictures show Ramphosa mingling with white people during the apartheid times .One picture even shows him in London . Some people have reason to believe that Ramphosa was a spy for the white people and even up until today he is still their puppet as he does everything they tell him to do.
Ngcobo Sbonelo says he cannot provide time to listen to president Ramaphosa, addressing the country about the changes of the lockdown regulations and he made his comment live on the presidential meeting from online media engagement. He is one of those people whom have found diamonds in KwaZulu-Natal, as he is making everyone aware of his treasure.
EFF leader Julius Malema has threatened to disregard laws to prevent the spread of the Corona epidemic. Malema said there was nothing that the President, Cyril Ramaphosa, would say, that they would listen to. ~~~~ “No law of restraint will stop us. There is nothing that Ramaphosa will say that we will listen to.
When Cyril Ramaphosa ended his Tuesday national address, many people knew he had made a major mistake. By forgetting to add one of the most significant constraints to the country, he had established several limitations, namely schools. He did not put limits on the operating of schools in the country, or modified anything.
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10219887702922369&id=1214978934 The Ramaphosa administration has published an Employment Equity Bill to give the minister of labour, and employment powers to determine EE targets in specific sectors as well as the levels of qualifications and experience employers, may require from black job applicants I wonder if this is designed to force companies to lower the industry standards and employ more young black people.
The unemployed rate in south africa is rising sky high as the economic status of the country continues to deteriorate,President Cyril Ramaphosa has spoken about the unemployment crisis yesterday during his youth day address,Ramaphosa said the country can't afford to have such a high number of youth unemployment,it is not clear what Ramaphosa is planning to do about that worrisome issue.The novel coronavirus has further worsened the issue of unemployment in south africa,the country has been adjusting the lockdown levels after it was hard hit by the three waves of this global pandemic.These lockdown levels have negatively impacted the livelihoods of the working class and self employed individuals.The south african youths feels like the government is not doing enough to address the issue of unemployment,there are many university and college graduates who remains jobless in south africa,their qualifications haven't brought any advantage over the illiterate or the people without the tertiary qualifications.With so many traditional universities,universities of technology and the colleges across the country,which produces a huge number of graduates on a yearly basis,the government hasn't created a conducive environment for the investors who might possibly absorb these graduates.The south Africans are set to march on the24th of june this year,where they'll be demanding the employment of the youth.The graduates,the enterprenuers and all unemployed people are urged to join the march.One of the concerns of these unemployed people is the age restrictions put forward by the government and other companies,everybody above the age of 35 is not considered a youth anymore in south africa and he/she is less likely to be considered for employment especially the entry level jobs.This policy has disadvantaged many people as much as it is a well known fact that it's very difficult to secure a job in south africa this days,the lucky ones managed to get the job at the early age and others haven't been so lucky to find one until they reach the age of thirty five or above.The government is spending a lot of money every year funding the very same unemployed graduates.It is literally becoming a huge loss of public funds that could have been directed to other concerning issues if the people have to go to expensive tertiary institutions and later back to the unemployment line.The one other thing that keeps milking the public funds is the mushrooming number of setas and training institutions that trains the college students to become the qualified tradesmen or artisans,it is however a good move since this individuals have the capacity to open their own businesses after acquiring those qualifications,but they don't have the capital to start their own businesses and are left with no other alternative than to join the job seekers.
Nowadays the economic Freedom fighters held a rally in Centurion close to a faculty this is allegedly racist consistent with the birthday party and it is supporters after a school boy become man handled by means of a white protection male, the school reportedly advised the rookies on the school to come back sporting professional attire of a career they want to pursue.
"R500 equals to 189 electricity units" SA unhappy with the expensive and variable electricity units.
They refer to South Africa as the mother land, hence, at the end of every Ramaphosa's address he says "May God continue to protect South Africa and her people". But what is happening in South Africa currently is not what a mother can do to their children, everything is the country is less making sense.
EFF leader Julius Malema has threatened to disregard laws against the spread of the Corona epidemic. Malema has vowed that his party will not abide by the rules of the by-elections until the government accelerates the Corona vaccination process and postpones local government elections. Malema said there was nothing that the president, Cyril Ramaphosa, would say, that they would listen to.
"We won't comply with Ramaphosa's COVID-19 lockdown rules until we get vaccines" - Malema EFF leader Julius Malema addresses its party members in a long waited rally on June 16, the commemoration of the student uprising on 16 June 1976. He was speaking outside Uitsig High School in centurion where a pupil was allegedly assaulted for wearing EFF regalia for the school career day on 4 June, according to the EFF the school haven't acted fairly on this matter.
The site has been zero-rated by all mobile networks, according to the President, and can be viewed for free from anywhere in the country. President Cyril Ramaphosa has officially launched the national pathway management network, which brings together eight government ministries to build a network to assist young people in finding employment opportunities.
EFF pioneer Julius Malema started banter via online media this week when he asserted his gathering will challenge lockdown guidelines declared by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday. The president declared that SA would move to alarm level 3 of the cross country lockdown with more tight limitations in the midst of a flood in Covid-19 cases.
Previously, Dr Zweli Mkhize has been on the news following irregular Digital Vibes tender contract. On the 8th of June, Mkhize denied having anything with the contract; saying that he never benefited from it. Just a minute after, President Ramaphosa placed Mkhize on a special leave pending the investigation by SIU for R150 million contract, which is allegedly run by his close friend.
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3dvOzfEtH4 Malema urges South Africa and the public to: Julius Malema yesterday during their 16 June commemoration he urged members of the public to defy lockdown orders and ignore Ramaphosa’s instructions. Malema crashes president Ramaphosa for not been clear on the vaccination roll-out programme.
June marks no longer handiest children Month, however satisfaction month as nicely. We nevertheless have an extended manner to go until the day the LGBTQIA+ community now not must worry for their lives because of who they may be. President Cyril Ramaphosa has spoken in opposition to homophobia and violence against the LGBTQIA+ network.
Cyril Ramaphosa addressed any other extreme difficulty on young people Day which is one of the key elements South Africa's youth is currently struggling to clear up. More than half of of South Africa's youngsters are unemployed that is a difficult issue as the younger South Africans who live circumferentially turns to drugs and a lifestyles of crime to make a dwelling.
Mkhize cannot rely on sub judice rule to avoid discussing the contract of Digital vibe in Parliament
The South African president Ramaphosa have put Mkhize on special leave after he apologies the Digital Vibes scandal. Currently the acting Minister of Health is Mmamoloko Kabayi-Ngubane Parliament's health committee has heard that Mkhize can't not depend on the Sub Judice rule to avoid discussing the Digital-vibes contract in Parliament.