One aspect of the majority of black South Africans' culture that I simply can not comprehend at all is this: How many times have there been demonstrations in this country? How many times are people going to get their cars rear-ended for a variety of different reasons? How many different items did protests cause to be changed? How many different things did the so-called marches for justice end up changing?
South Africa is still the same country that we are familiar with; it has the same laws, the same leadership, the same political party in power, the same economic issues, and the same number of illegal immigrants and criminals. This closure will bring about the destruction of the infrastructure, and it will cost the government billions of dollars to repair what has been broken as a result of the shutdown.
It is in the best interest of citizens to organize themselves into such groups and then educate one another on how to launch enterprises, as the nation continues to spin its wheels. This would have been really cool in Nhlanhla Lux if he would have developed an organization that will empower emerging entrepreneurs in the areas, allowing blacks to be able to stand on their own and not be dependent on the government. I honestly believe that this is a waste of time, and it is also the reason why many black people will continue to live in poverty. However, it will lead to something better in the end.
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