All the contributing ratepayers should stand together as a community to fight the corruption and fraud that have plagued us for a very long time. We pensioners cannot absorb the increases for very much longer.
From My Saddle
The transfer from one system to another was a huge task and indeed there were challenges, but praise goes to SASSA for dealing with challenges swiftly. Home visits will be made to all who are physically disabled or bedbound.
The crime situation has still not changed. It is worse because all the ministers were political appointees and were not appointed on merit.
The rise in violence is a barometer of turbulence, dysfunctionality and the breakdown of values in our society
This makes one furious. Ugu dug up the road in the Umzinto CBD to repair a pipe and after completing the work, the road was left in a damaged condition.
It’s a difficult and dangerous job, but I hope that this letter gains you more respect and appreciation and that whoever reads this, acknowledges the inspiring jobs you all do. Your families, supervisors and employers should be honoured.
If community leaders don’t look at this in a serious light, in another twenty years Sezela will comprise nothing but retired pensioners, struggling to survive, as sons and daughters seek employment elsewhere.
From My Saddle
The mayor and ANC councillors are known for spending ratepayers’ money lavishly, by indulging in expensive food and drinks. Don’t they have any shame?
I also wonder why we never hear the outcome of the court cases resulting from the arrests of the protestors, who make themselves party to illegal acts, and this makes me wonder if sentences are harsh enough.