Ekurhuleni proposed name changes

genetic

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This guy...


and the country has issues when DA associated members post on social media.
So glad the DA run the Western Cape so we don't have to deal with this shyte.
 

Grant

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Things should be simplified - only 3 options for all road names across the nation:
Mandela Boulevard
Biko Drive
Tambo Avenue

Oh, maybe add Malema Alley
 

rietrot

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Things should be simplified - only 3 options for all road names across the nation:
Mandela Boulevard
Biko Drive
Tambo Avenue

Oh, maybe add Malema Alley
1st Mandela street, 2nd Mandela street
1st Mandela Avenue, 2nd Mandela Avenue.
1st Mandela drive.

Just name everything Mandela.
 

Hamster

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1st Mandela street, 2nd Mandela street
1st Mandela Avenue, 2nd Mandela Avenue.
1st Mandela drive.

Just name everything Mandela.
Mandela isn't antagonistic enough. You need a name like Solomon Mahlangu and Winnie Mandela to really get the folks wound up.
 

Mista_Mobsta

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Yes yes waffle on...your esteemed voters will also burn your house down with you in it or break into your house, pour boiling water on your children to force you to hand over cash to them and then shoot you for all your trouble...this after your wife is savagely raped in front of you.

BUT at least you will have a street name in your "honor" thanks to those same voters.
 

Rhein

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So when the Afrikaners, who formed the majority of the National Party came into power how many street and town names did they change? Maybe a couple of street names and one place name - Robertson Heights was renamed Voortrekkerhoogte.
Bear in mind that they were also treated as dirt during the Boer War and taunted thereafter so they to arguably, had good reason to rid the country of pommie names. But they didn't! They got on with life and named new streets and towns and not waste money on stupid renaming of existing streets.

I've no objection if there was evidence of a town with roads and permanent dwellings and the colonialists (Settlers) changed the name of that "village" to Port Elizabeth that, that should qualify for a name change. But there was fcukal there when the settlers arrived.
 

eg2505

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divide and conquer, classic move by the mad people in charge of our government.
 
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