‘One day we black people will find ourselves living in a country without schools, hospitals and other critical infrastructures’

The spate of destruction of social amenities has forced a black writer to bare his views regarding the unfortunate trend.

One day  we black people will find ourselves living in a country without schools, hospitals and other critical infrastructures.

Unfortunately, we do not have resources to move to other countries like Australia and Europe  like our white citizens  for  better life should South Africa hit rock bottom.

So when the day comes, the day when our loved ones die in their homes because there are no clinics, the day when our children stay at home on cold days and boycott schools on rainy days, because their class rooms are filled with cracked walls and broken windows, we will realise that burning down a country in protest hurts us more than it advances our struggles.

 

 

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