Ayanda Borotho has exhorted her supporters to act independently and cease depending on the government. The actress took to her timeline to urge her followers to move quickly and come up with innovative methods to survive as stage 6 load shedding was implemented across SA and a significant gasoline price spike loomed. We won't be able to escape our predicament unless we realize that communities must organize themselves to be completely independent of governments. These won't be considered conspiracies in 20 years.
Everything that we once believed would never occur has already occurred, and things will only get better! Increases in the price of food and gasoline, the rarity of electricity and water—you never know what's coming next. If I told you, you would assume I was lying. Control is becoming the norm. Buy land if you have the money. posses land. land on which you can survive. Food stokvels won't be of any assistance to us. Install a solar and a borehole stokvel.
It is not a joke. Never before has it been more important for us to be organized. It's a life-or-death situation. This plan goes beyond Eskom," she stated. The head of the One SA Movement, Mmusi Maimane, expressed similar thoughts and blasted the government on his timeline for failing to meet basic requirements in South Africa. "This government has fallen short in every important area. Eskom to education is the link.
Source: Her Instagram Post
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