The new public protector says she will leave the dispute over the state capture report prepared by h.
I agree with Miss K's letter saying the strike is punishing the poor, on June 13, about public servants who want a 12percent increase, but who are not performing at work.
Public servants want the same people that they treat so badly to support their strike. Our parents go to clinics at 5am and they are only attended to at 2pm - after the staff have had lunch and tea breaks.
On top of that, patients are not even examined and everybody is given the same treatment and medication.
The Department of Home Affairs delivers the worst service. Staff abuse power by issuing illegal IDs to foreigners.
The Department of Housing sells houses, allocated to South Africans, to foreigners.
Now these same people want our support in the strike.
But when citizens need them, they are unwilling to help.
And when the government digs in its heels, they blame the government for not wanting to meet their demands.
By the way, who is the government? We are the government. People, do the right thing and then we will work together.
Brenda Moa, Soweto