South Africans have turned into care less people, they only care about themselves and their families, what the next person is going through they don't really care, as long as they are happy and their kids have eaten, that is all that matters, they do things which are questionable, one wonders where the spirut of Ubuntu went.
Earlier this year, Aaron Motsoaledi's anti-illegal immigration film gained widespread attention. The minister said there would be no "I will not remain silent like other cowardly ANC officials" who would not speak out. He was in a meeting with ANC leaders at this precise location.
Foremost EFF member, Andi Motsepe today thanked Julius Malema for providing an examplary leadership, saying that she is happy to be fighting on the right side of history. Motsepe who is an ardent supporter of the founder of the Economic Freedom Fighters political party said that the EFF as a party does not just talk, they do the talk.
The abuse South Africans face in the hands of foreigners. It's like we are colonized by them. We are victimized in our own country and having nowhere to run. South Africa is a failed state because of irresponsible voters whose votes are bought by grants and food parcels.
The abuse South Africans face in the ownership of outcasts. It's like we are colonized by them. We are duped in our own country and having no spot to run. South Africa is a bombarded state because of sassy balloters whose votes are bought by grants and food bundles.
Nelson Mandela is one amazing example of what I have experienced all over Africa. In a more collective society, we realize from the inside that our well-being is deeply tied to the well-being of others. Danger is shared. Pain is shared. Joy is shared. Achievement is shared.
According to my friends, Maponga is ill and has traveled to South Africa for medical treatment. I wish him well and hope that, when he recovers, we can have a mature, non-snide discussion about the state of our health systems in light of fundamental Pan African needs.
Celebrities have shown ubuntu towards the KwaZulu-Natal flood victims by coming out to five towards their aid of them. Mzansi's celebrities have rolled out their sleeves and got involved in assisting destitute families following the rent tragic floods in KwaZulu-Natal. The floods caused indescribable damage to infrastructures, and bridges and they swept away homes and caused deadly mudslides that saw the death of over 400 people.
https://twitter.com/_theekween/status/1502588652341370880?s=21 Giving anything to anyone is not something that comes easy to most people . The thought of having to loose something because of other people always brings in confusions given how the country is these days . We have many scammers who always try to take advantage of other people just so they can score something in return.
There is no respect for human life in this cruel society. Particularly in South Africa, GBV is rampant. Every day, thousands of people are victimized by family members. Others are murdered in cold blood. And one wonders where the Good Samaritans have gone, assuming they still exist.
The President of One Movement Mmusi Maimane has been vocal regarding his feelings towards the foreign nationals, whether illegal or legal, he has been stating that foreigners should be welcomed and made feel at home since the believes that they are not the root cause of high unemployment rate and high crime rate.
At least 59 people have now died in the KZN flooding. Shacks, houses, roads and other buildings have been destroyed. Could we have planned better for this? What must we do now to help that province in the longer term? President Cyril Ramaphosa has assured KwaZulu-Natal residents affected by the damage caused by heavy rains that Government will assist.
SA media @SABreakingNews twitted in their Twitter account "I will resign once all foreign 'rascal' are locked up and keys thrown away: Aaron Motsoaledi launching a stinky attack on illegal foreign nationals in SA. Source and link:@SABreakingNews Twitter account.Minister of home affairs said in his speech that we must not be scared or embarrassed to mention the Truth.
I wonder why a handsome young and smart guy like Lux is so heartless is it because he never suffered in his entire life or is it because he been abused a lot, does he need help from specialist to cool down his anger you know in this generation young and smart guy like Lux should be fighting for black people to be in power all over Africa fight for African currency, fight the future of Africans, fight for black power, fight for educational systems for black people like what Ghadafi died for
Source: amplifyafrica In a global society where competition is the norm, mutual support is suppressed, and individualism is costly, one African philosophy comes to mind, Ubuntu. Ubuntu can be translated as "I am because we are" and it emphasizes the importance of community, which is expressed very well among Mbuti people.
An unidentified elderly man is being criticized by some South Africans on social media site Twitter after a video was posted showing him allegedly slapping a young woman, it is reported that the woman allegedly insulted the elderly man by calling him by his private parts, and the man responded by slapping her multiple times.
That's what happens when you are humble at the prime of your life. At his best, Zola reached down to the less fortunate. We saw him. He earned our respect and our hearts. May God bless mum Mkhize for what he did , kindness prove good results and Blessed are the hands that give....keep well my brother our God will never forsake nor leaves you.
It is alleged that, President Cyril Ramaphosa’s son – Andile Ramaphosa is about to lose his house and car for reportedly failing to pay his R1.8 million loan. This is just an attempt to shift the focus on the fact that in the Zondo report this guys is not mentioned yet it’s a known fact that he too benefited from Bossasa.
The problem of Xenophobia in South Africa is still continues. We have failed our beautiful country. Is there any reason for this fight. What if your relatives who works and lived in another country has experience the same thing. Or what if it was your brother, sister, wife, child or a husband who mistreated the same way we did to foreigners.
" I want you guys to look after each other, look after the people being looked down on, those living with Albinism and the LGBTQI community. Most importantly, I need people to stop insulting Black people that they can't swim. Remember we were the one's saving the sailors when they were settling in the Continent.