Laughter is nice for the soul, and reading jokes or telling somebody jokes are wonderful ways to make somebody snort. That is why I came up with the idea for The Daily Joke pages, this one having a joke a day for the month of April.
I agree. I work amongst the homeless in a ritzy section of the city, so I suppose I have change into more calloused over time. But I can all the time spot these which are new at being homeless – or near it. They’ve a harried look and urgent demeanor, nevertheless it’s the factor that might simply give them the sting they should focus and make the laborious decisions. Thanks a lot for your remark. Peace. Kawi.
If one have been to hearken to the Nigerians and different nationalities who’re non-South Africa, one would assume that their nations are better than South Africa incorruption and other forms of malfesceance. The piece above just put a few of this claims into their proper perspective. If one does some serious analysis into this point of the things which were does to children and ladies in South Africa, One may in addition to write another Hub.
Wonderful Hub. Racism is a cancer on society. It limits the productivity of the oppressed group and robs them of their humanity. I believe it is slowly altering in this nation as evidenced by our youthful generations. We must continue to have dialogues about this subject individually and as a nation. This way we can develop empathy with others. That approach racism will wither on the vine.
For too lengthy there has been rampant corruption in the development and allocation of housing in transit camps, RDP housing and social housing. Therefore we demand full transparency in the development and allocation of all housing and a direct end to corruption. We demand, in particular, a full and transparent audit into all of the activities of the social housing company SOCHO – together with its CEO, general supervisor and board of directors. We demand a similar audit into all of the actions of Nandi Mandela and her associates.