Millions intended to be spent on the health needs of Eastern Cape residents have gone missing from d.
Millions of South Africans are bound in debt and they are miserable and helpless.
The reality is that most people are in debt because of their own fault. They take more credits than they can afford.
They buy cars and furniture on credit in order to have status and honour among their friends.
When people are bound in debt, it negatively affects them at work and at home since they are under constant pressure from their creditors.
It is high time that people learn to be content with the little they have and avoid incurring unnecessary debts so as to be free from unnecessary sorrows and tears.
Those who are in debt should not lose hope nor be discouraged since light often comes after darkness.
Marcia Muhlari, Spruitview