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Gayton Mackenzie is back on duty? Look at what he did this time that got SAns talking

Gayton Mackenzie closed another shop this morning and says this is because there are rules in South Africa, this is not a banana republic. Also, he went on to say they won't tolerate nonsense in the central Karoo, bribes and political ties don't work here and they're fixing the city.



 

Gayton Mackenzie seriously shows us that they do a great job in terms of ensuring they provide services to their people in that area, he says they will look after people who commit crimes.

 

We can't wait for it to happen in the future and this has really inspired many members of the public and created a situation where they are curious about what will happen next, people want a situation where they can ensure that the country is making progress.

 

The country is where most of our people have always had to work harder but with fewer opportunities, right now with high unemployment, but unfortunately we also have leaders who are unaware of the everyday needs of ordinary people. People don't need much, only basic needs met, and this translates into the provision of services, an abundance of opportunities that they can exploit without being segregated or negatively mistreated.



 

Mackenzie is doing some verification work in terms of ensuring that ordinary members of the public have the necessary skills to access jobs that would get them out of tough situations, but it looks like on the other hand we have Gayton Mckenzie who has done a great job of ensure that people are treated 

 

We can see him taking part in various life changing projects in the area and this is something he has been admired for, with many members of the public wondering where he had been all the time when they needed him.

 

 

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