Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics

 

Politics

 

Africa politics

SA most unique society two Porches and a homeless family begging for money

Lucie Page share a unique picture of South Africa society, where a picture of two Porches and a homeless family begging for money to feed.

The reactions of South Africans under the tweets is heartbreaking, their concern was that the family were not South Africans but alleged to be Zimbabweans however there are many South African families that are homeless and make a leaving by begging it is not only Zimbabwean that are homeless.

The picture captured was to elaborate the kind of class we have in South Africa but not to shame the family, the rich people driving their expensive vehicles do not owe anyone a explanation why they are passing the family in need.

ProudlyMzansi says " I am willing to bet a lot of money that is not South African family but Zimbabwean, Those are not her children but hired them from a friend".

Whatever being said might be true but that doesn't change the fact that South Africa is the most unique country, with their society it is rare to find one picture that describes the country.

It is said that South Africans do not beg at the traffic light, those that are capable is only Zimbabwean who came to play emotional and take money says Libra

It is true that the picture is unique and whatever is being said people seem to have facts on how they identify beggers, South Africans do not beg on the traffic lights but do such at shoprite and other part of the malls.

A lot of people missed the purpose of the image it was meant to show how South Africa is a unique country, not that anyone is allowed to drive they're expensive vehicle where by pass a family that is homeless and asking for money or any type of help.

https://twitter.com/lpage_afrique/status/1530510771595186176?t=6gktsrDVLq42E-KnF3DArg&s=19

Content created and supplied by: Mfundo321 (via Opera News )

Lucie Page ProudlyMzansi SA South Africa South Africans

COMMENTS

Load app to read more comments