Broke Community Returns

Returning to the work station after the festive season is one of the biggest challenges known to mankind. It is more difficult than asking Benjamin Netanyahu to stop bothering the Palestinians with gun emissions.

It is more difficult than asking the deputy speaker of the National Assembly Honourable Pono Moatlhodi to stop saying ‘Honourable resume your seat’.

It is more difficult than explaining to a cat that the world is round. Around this time, most of us are broke even though the levels are different. There’s the First Grade broke where the person does not have enough fuel to get back to their station. But this cohort has paid the landlord and their house is stocked to the rafter with food from the Motshelo Club because their treasurer was honest and did not live in a rat-infested house.

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Let’s get the constitutional amendment right

Their concerns highlight the need for meaningful dialogue between government and relevant stakeholders to ensure the best interests of the country are served.This was in addition to other voices from opposition politicians and civil society organisations.The stance underscores the importance of citizen participation in the constitutional amendment process. The AFM rightly assert that such weighty matters demand thorough discussions to reflect the...

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