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Fri Oct 31 14:49:08 SAST 2014

No better than apartheid was: iLIVE

Michael Mokoena, Soshanguve | 27 November, 2012 00:07
Gertrude Makhubele and the ruins of her home in Lenasia South Extension 4. She said she and her husband had laboured for four years to build the house. It needed only a roof to be completed and they had hoped to spend Christmas in their new home with their son
Image by: Daniel Born

As a black man who lived his youthful years during the apartheid era, I feel taken aback when I see black people being shot like dogs and their homes bulldozed.

It is a shame to see what the mighty ANC has become. It removed a brutal system just to do what its predecessor did.

I am ashamed to be associated with the ANC of today. How do I tell my children to support an organisation characterised by greed, corruption and arrogance?

The time has come for the ANC to review its position.

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