We have all faced that moment in our lives where we were standing in a long queue, only to see someone arrive out of nowhere and start cutting in the line. It's so frustrating when such a thing happens because it means that the person doesn't respect you in any manner, it's as if they are saying that they are higher and better than you, to be standing in such a long queue.
The department of Home Affairs made a controversial statement stating that they didn't know that people were paying bribes to avoid waiting in long lines at a Home Affairs office in Pietermaritzburg. This must be a joke by the department of Home Affairs making such claims. It's just like hearing Police Minister Bheki Cele claim that he didn't know that there were drivers who were paying bribes to police officers to avoid fines.
The fact that this is being allowed, shows how behind we are as a country in being logical human beings and how forward we are in being corrupt. There is a Shoprite where metered taxi's park their cars waiting for clients, which they never get because no one uses a metered taxi when there are service's like Bolt and Uber. So these metered taxi drivers don't allow Bolt and Uber drivers to stop there and pick up customers. The problem in this is that Shoprite does not work with those metered taxi drivers however they act as if they own the place.
That's exactly the same thing with these people at Home Affairs. They don't work with Home Affairs, they just roam around outside and accept bribes from people who don't want to stand in long queues. So basically those people who receive the bribes assualt people by cutting the line. So the real question is who are these people responsible for this, is it foreigners or South Africans?
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