The people of South Africa must rise and pursue entrepreneurship instead of relying on our government for a token of R350 which has rendered some of our citizens dependent on government.
Just yesterday, a picture started circulating on different social media platforms which show the moment huge number of South Africans were seen standing on queue to receive the government stipend of R350.
This very incident still brings us to the important question of; Does this monthly grant contribute positively to the growth of our economy?
The authorities of our dear country must provide jobs for our growing young populaion instead of paying a monthly stipend.
This is the worry of a South African lady known as Ayandi on Twitter. She captured the moment South Africans are queueing to collect R350 stipends while Zimbabweans and other foreigners are security jobs in better organization at the detriment of our people.
In her words, she said:
"South Africans in the long queues for R350 and Zimbabweans working but Julius Malema don't see anything wrong with that!"
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