Originally Posted by Dave A
If you're talking about how (or if) the Jacob Zuma era ends after 2019, you're probably right - the next two years are going to be pretty significant. For South Africa at least...
On the global stage - we've got the Trump presidency of the USA where anything could happen, frankly. So that's a four year window there...
Brexit - 2 years.
For the rest - It looks like the usual mess evolving along. I don't see any particularly special deadlines at this point.
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Hope everyone on the forum is well and business is treating them good.
One last final thought on perceptions in Suoth Afirca!
What comes to mind when people first read the following.
Originally Posted by AndyD
People do what works for them. People have learned from the past that the more cars you overturn, the more shopfronts you can destroy and the greater the collateral damage you can cause the better the chance of getting your demands met...so why wouldn't this be the preferred method of protest?
What will allow this type of behaviour to continue, is the total lack of responsibility for their actions. Until this is implemented, and until the government becomes more proactive rather than reactive,
Watching Janice Honeyman and the rest of the team behind the newest production of Sister Act rehearse behind the scenes prior to the commencement of the show is something that I will never forget.
Iím used to seeing the shows Ė having the golden thread tweaked by the stars of the shows. So are, I would imagine, most of the arts supporting public. But after watching the Sister Act rehearsals, I realised how little I actually knew.