Margaret Alice Second

Veteran Poet - 2,813 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

God’s Servant Also


Employment equity,79% black Africans in all organisations
an impractical socialist view; the ANC alliance with Cosatu
led to a Teachers' Union - SADTU - discouraging education
in a dysfunctional system without morals and values

Cadre deployment, political appointment, reward-for-loyalty
resulting in lack of capacity and continuity, also entitlement,
avarice, conflict and violence - the ANC no longer a freedom
movement with principles; the system staggering under

Corruption and incompetence, wrong ideologies, policies
and self-interest - faith believes God is in charge; Zuma’s
government is God's servant also - let us be light and salt,
pray for politician and state - and join the elections

Quietly working and waiting...


Has the governing party lost its moral compass?
THEUNS ELOFF, respected thinker and academic, gives his opinion..

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013
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