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Inequalities: Things to know about south Africa

Things to know about south Africa:

South Africans since the time of apartheid regime they were never in battle, never went to exile and prison, they were not beheaded because they were demanding democracy but they were subjected to unimaginable and horrific torture by the oppressors simply for demanding what rightful belongs to them and that is the Land and Economic freedom, A complete freedom is what the struggle was about.

Ironically we were given democracy instead of freedom, the very democracy after 25 years the majority of the Land is still in the hands of the minority who benefited in the expense of the natives lives during apartheid era they are still owning the very land which were fighting for.
The minority of this country are still benefiting economical while the majority are languishing in poverty, even executive position as if there are not blacks who qualify based on meritocracy.

I shouldn’t be apologetic to mention that our very past and present leaders they are much aware of this injustice perpetuated upon south Africans howbeit they have decided to turn a blind eye on the matter, only them knows what nature of an covenant they’ve entered to with our oppressors.

The systems of our country are put in a way and manner that doesn’t benefit it’s citizens, look at the amount of millions that is being channeled to prisons every year, prisons are being converted into a state of the art facilities, inmates are given special diets, best dieticians and best education.
While government schools are dilapidated, school children are dying in pit toilets, students when they demand free education they are being thrown into prisons like criminals, while criminals are roaming freely raping and murdering people outside. Depriving deliberately a student free education and give it freely to an inmate.
What message are you sending to the society at large?

South Africans are being provoked into frustrations because of the systems of our government, bitterness is hoovering because of not receiving what blood was shed for.
Tax prayers money is being misused and looted at broad day light and no one is being held responsible.

From a distance it is almost impossible to understand the frustration and anger provoking the reaction of the people Azania.

One is compelled to ask a question, who governs our government, who is running this country?
What is it they have against our leaders?



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