Hi, There's crime in SA.There's crime in most cities of the world, however where South African's seem to surpass the rest (apart from violent crime) is the paranoia in reaction to crime- the perception of crime in this country is far higher than the actual crime. We are inundated with crime headlines on the streets, lamp posts, posters, Tv, etc, and I ask the question: is the crime all we see of ourselves? What if such energy was put into motivating people to tackle our problems, into creating a winning mindset? And to those who've run away overseas; is running away the solution? The countries we run to were built up by people who took responsibility in challenging times.
Hi, Wake up and smell the coffee little boy. I have never read such a bunch of lies!! How much do you get paid to do this? Dont tell me you dont as you said in previous posts. I have read all your replays to negative ones, and all of it says the same.
One day you will be sorry for painting such a "pretty" picture of one of the most dangerous countries in the world. People like you make me sick. I have showed everyone I know youre website and everyone is laughing at you little... Read more/Comment
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