Church is our only hope

South Africa is a divided country and it seems it will be like this for years to come.

South Africa is a divided country and it seems it will be like this for years to come.

A bigger section of whites are negative about almost everything, a certain portion of the black elite who think they are sophisticated and can't mix with other blacks who can't think, and ordinary people who are generally ignorant to a certain extent .

The question is, how do you pull these groups together?

I am convinced it will take a miracle, not politicians, to bring South Africans together.

It's time for the church to take it's position and initiate a healing process, reconciling all sections of our society who are tearing down each other daily on TV, newspapers and radio.

This was an opportune time for the Reverend Dandala - not Dandala the politician - to pull us together.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu is out. He's tainted.

We need to be reconciled or forever remain a divided country, full of hatred for Jacob Zuma and the ANC.

"If my people unite, humble themselves, pray, seek my face and turn away from their wicked ways, I will heal their land."

No one is better than the next. We have all contributed so let us all take responsibility and move forward. Even the so-called independent analysts who have already taken sides, should listen .

Kgaugelo M, Tshwane

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