There's a bunch of posts making rounds on the social media streets showing the number of ward councelors in different parts of the country that were killed due to their political positions.
As everyone probably knows by now, the local municipal elections are just 2 weeks away and now ward councilors are fighting amongst each other for positions, some even go as far as killing their opponents to secure their councilor positions.
Now this is really sad because the late apartheid President, PW Botha, once predicted that if you give blacks guns, they'll use it to kill each other and now fast forward to 2021, that statement is nothing but the whole truth.
Blacks didn't prove PW Botha wrong and that's really sad to see because he's now smiling in his grave with the "I TOLD YOU" attitude.
its really said seeing what's happening on our country, the rule of law isn't no longer respected and if things continue this way in the coming years or so, SOUTH AFRICA WILL BE NO MORE.
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