More people are continuing to create awareness on the importance of blacks standing up and remedying their failed years rather than blame whites.
Influential and Prominent black South African politician has called on the people to discontinue the blame game and hold all those who have stopped at nothing to pillage the country and bring misery to the masses accountable.
The mayor of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba who is known for being very vocal on certain matters has weighed on the issues happening in SA.
Mashaba took to twitter yesterday to ask a question that generated numerous reactions.
If you bear scars of apartheid brutality, then Why to you associate with people who openly loot state resources meant for the country, in particular the poor without shame https://t.co/CogOl1liq7
— Herman Mashaba (@HermanMashaba) January 1, 2019
In another blame game, the vocal Reverend Kenneth Meshoe, politicians prey and manipulate the psyche of poor and less informed black people, stealing their common wealth for private gains, and turning around to blame an idea that no longer exist.
Every time they blame apartheid, they want the people to ignore mismanagement, misappropriation and the deep corruption within the system.
‘We need to stop blaming apartheid for our problems. The ANC has governed SA for 24 years – crime, violence, corruption, unemployment & poverty has increased.
“We need to stop blaming apartheid for our problems. The ANC has governed SA for 24 years – crime, violence, corruption, unemployment & poverty has increased. BEE was created & made only the ANC elite wealthy. Stop making excuses for a corrupt, incompetent & failed ANC government.”
BEE was created & made only the ANC elite wealthy. Stop making excuses for a corrupt, incompetent & failed ANC government.
Meshoe reiterated that he still stands by his earlier tweet and can produce ample evidence of ANC bad governance of the country.https://newsoweto.co.za/mashaba-if-you-bear-scars-of-apartheid-brutality-then-why-to-you-associate-with-people-who-openly-loot-state-resources-meant-for-the-country-in-particular-the-poor-without-shame/National