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Former Chief Justice Mogoeng Had This To Say About The Monumental Flag That Cost R22 Million

As long as the ANC has claimed that it is a party for the people, it has been abundantly evident that they only care about themselves in recent years and days. The deeds of these criminals have shocked many South Africans. Nathi Mthethwa's intentions to appoint an arts and culture minister have enraged South Africans. The government doesn't seem to know where their interests lay, so a giant flag is the last thing they should be thinking about.

People in South Africa will have to wait until 2024, since the current regime has been in power for far too long. To them, South Africa would cease to exist if the ANC is not in command of it because of their claim to South Africa.

National television in South Africa aired minister Nathi Mthethwa's defense of an R22 million flag that will be illuminated at all hours. Nowhere in the minister's statements did it seem that he was referring about 22 million individuals. To hoist the flag, a massive steel structure will be required. Due to our African brothers and sisters' will to dismantle steel, it has become a burden for the time being

Former Chief Justice of South Africa, Mogoeng Mogoeng, has chimed in on the 22 million flags problem.

"A flag worth R22 million that shows contempt for South Africans! The looting proceeds in front of them with an undercurrent of "you people are as foolish as we are, and you won't do anything about it!" ANC proves that it is unconcerned with the plight of anybody or anything."

When it comes to government failures, the African National Congress (ANC) seems unconcerned. No one will be interested in what they have planned for the future. In order to raise awareness about the steel industry, cranes will fly a 120-meter-high banner. As far as I can tell, the minister is aware of this.

Educating people on the importance of the flag is a requirement. The gigantic flag's pre-construction phase was.

The only way to save South Africans from this administration is to do to them what they did to the apartheid dictatorship. We need to let these people go and re-energize them. They've been robbing since the dawn of time.


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