unity

Dlamini-Zuma received 123 nominations, compared to Ramaphosa’s 117.
"If the ANC does to you what the apartheid government did to you, then you must do to the ANC what you did to the apartheid government."
Our nation needs to heal from hurts of the past and for that to happen, perhaps black people need to sit around the table with the De Klerk’s of this world.
In our quest to move towards that brilliant, proud South African nation, we need change that brings equality and equity.
When we talk about saving SA we need to be clear about which parts we want to save and be very vocal about which parts we need to change or even destroy.
Jacob Zuma's speech revolved around uniting the party even beyond the upcoming elective conference.
Mantashe admitted that divisions have weakened the party but called for unity.
'This planet is home to all of us, and it’s up to each of us to take responsibility...'
Britons are taking part in a “guerrilla campaign for kindness, tolerance and understanding” using the hashtag #thisisthoughtful
Time was when a newly elected head of state got a "honeymoon period"; a time to ride on the wave of national enthusiasm and renewal. With an electorate sick to the back teeth of the last lot, you got to capitalise on that positivity and get some of the unpleasant stuff done while people still like you. Not this time. In this age, the post-dialup age, your honeymoon period lasts about as long as a Snapchat. If that.