Masses will not be fooled

South Africans should not be fooled by the comments of people who have access to the media.

South Africans should not be fooled by the comments of people who have access to the media.

Our country is not in a crisis, but ridiculous comments by people in high places are confusing ordinary people.

DA leader Helen Zille is hopeless in this regard as she continues to make senseless comments.

Disbanding the cabinet and firing Eskom executives will not solve anything. It will only bring the country to a standstill.

It is the opposition's right to oppose the government, but it is equally important to use its muscle to ensure proper governance.

The tendency to fire people when things go wrong does not solve anything.

Fikile Mbalula has become a hopeless speaker who just wants to fight.

Drinking liquor on a Sunday or on any day is a personal choice. It serves no purpose to shout from roof tops. Instead, we must find proper ways of communicating.

It is also a pity that the comments of these people lack direction and purpose.

It is crucial for South Africans to work together to improve our country. It is easy for politicians to say South Africans are overspending on liquor and food, but what are they doing to protect the masses from rocketing prices?

Moudy Mudzielwana, Edenvale

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