Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
Amid the current political fiasco that is ravaging the country, one needs to pause and take stock of the developments that are shaping the political landscape.
This culture of so-called splinter groups or breakaway groups is not healthy for our politics in general.
I always differ with my comrades that politics has never been a career. For me, a career is an opportunity that presents itself to an individual after going through academic training.
You can't go to school to become a socialist, communist or a capitalist.
The experiences and suffering of a society determine the kind of political ideology to sort out those social ills. What convinces society to join a certain political formation is basically the ideology that is followed by that organisation.
Politicians can switch from the socialist to capitalist ideology when they wish to do so.
Political ideologies must be flexible and adapt to the prevailing circumstances, but the manner in which these splinter groups reason, for walking out, is utter nonsense as no valid facts have been submitted for that.
Cope must refrain from associating itself with the history of the ANC. Their history began on December 16 2008 in Bloemfontein.
Political toddlers must shut their mouths and let mature politicians take centre stage.
Mapo-Phaahle wa Mokoena