“I am concerned about our future”

I am concerned about the future of the South African youth.

Each and every day it gets darker and darker out there.

Our lives are taken over by drugs.

What is the cause?

Is it a state of mind?

I cannot blame poverty.

If it was poverty, our actions would have changed by now.

Our government is just fighting for power instead of fighting the problems we have in this country.

What we have, is the fear of unemployment after we have completed our studies and we end up joining the masses in drug abuse.

I do not have hope and faith.

All I have is an empty stomach and pain and I will do anything to get rid of these.

How many children could the Nkandla money put in school?

How many young entrepreneurs could the Nkandla money have funded?

Training an artisan will give an artisan a job, but funding a business will create jobs.

To businessmen, what is the point of having millions in the bank, but you fail to feed one child?

I am a South African, but I am not sure that I am a proud one.

I guess we all have to fight our own struggles and build houses worth millions of rand.

We are not yet free.

They got their freedom, now they make us suffer.

Suffering youth,eMbalenhle.

From Manqoba Masidale


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