26 years down the line, ANC finally realizes that there is something wrong with government

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ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday promised South Africans that the government will no longer employ poorly-qualified people in key state posts, even if they are politically connected.

“I cannot believe it took us this long to realize that we cannot trust unqualified people to run such big companies like Eskom, SAA, and the SABC… simply because they know how to sing struggle songs.

Twenty six years! It took us twenty six years to realize that. Can you believe that at some stage we had a man with only grade four running this country? Look where we are now, in deep shit”, the President said.

“If people want jobs in government, they must learn from the likes of Pravin, a qualified pharmacist, and Malusi Gigaba, a former taxi driver. We need education and experience in government”, he said.

Editor’s Note: The above is a satire article

Categories: Satire


Lana · January 21, 2020 at 7:36 am

Talk is cheap. Money buys the whiskey. The reason our country is in this state is because it is ruled unbalanced. Everywhere I go…I see dirt and carelessness, broken down buildings and rubbish on the streets. Ignorance to crime. People will not do anything unless they get a bribe. South Africa is broken down completely. Nobody really do any effort in working at all. They riding a gravy train of receiving all they want is to receive yet no effort to work show. There is no respect anymore. No discipline either. Government vehicles are used for private business also. You got rid of people who cared. And replaced them with people who sit back and sleep on jobs. Look at ants. Watch how they work. Then look at your people. Watch how they sleep. Lazy laid back nation. Replace them with people who can work, but the country is too laid back allready. You played the cards right into the hands of evil wickeness. Do my words count? No…why? My skin color is white. I am shocked. Crime is controling our country.

Eddie Simes · February 4, 2020 at 4:45 am

This is long overdue

Eddie Simes · February 4, 2020 at 4:49 am

Glad action has been finally taken

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Faan Botha · February 18, 2020 at 2:41 pm

Dear Mr President
Forget for a while at least, all your issues with coular, whiteness and so forth.
Grant me the oppertunity to have a meeting with you, i wont waste your time, there is lots of sustainable opertunities to create jobs in this country, But im white, so you dont want to listen.
The ball is in your court, waiting for your invite

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Johan · March 1, 2020 at 7:36 am

Niks gaan gebeur nie. Mr President het geen rugraat nie. Kan nie eers van die ANC se vrot appels ontsla raak nie.

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Andre Kotze · February 23, 2020 at 8:50 am

Please confirm this is not fake news! I sincerely doubt the NEC of the ANC has sanctioned something so extraordinary that it could possibly start as a mechanism to stop the top level theft. Maybe more educated but not necessarily more intelligent comrades shall be appointed to provide a more profesional image with theft appearing to be more orderly but less blatant. The precedent has been set. Not even the President can stop it …. unless at least one member of the NEC is prosecuted and serve time for his crimes against humanity.

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