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Mon Jun 27 05:58:58 CAT 2016

Fatcats face hunger blame: iLIVE

Bill Mostert, e-mail | 04 February, 2013 00:25
President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home. File photo
Image by: THEMBINKOSI DWAYISA

Why does the government not enforce controlled prices on a wide range of basic foodstuffs?

All children should be given vitamin tablets every day at school, and this should be sponsored by the government.

Imagine how many hungry families could have been fed with money spent on Nkandla?

Twelve million going hungry is everybody's problem, and government fatcats are to blame. How many thin people do you see in parliament or at any government gathering?

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