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More specifically, it is private money that Solidarity was spending.Completed ahead of schedule and under budget becasuse no BEE or tenderpreuners involved.
And then there's this bullshyte
This 'everybody must do their part' is just parroting what the media has tried to social engineer in S.A. society. It does not confront reality and turns a blind eye to the infinite abyss that is the government and the system at large.I am not, in general, a fan of solidarity but I must give them kudos.
In South Africa we have people that complain /run away and we have people rolling up their sleeves and smelling opportunity (and there are people of all races in both categories).
We would all be better off with more people in the later camp. Are we spending time complaining about Eskom or are we doing our bit to build out a new distributed renewable energy infrastructure? Are we complaining about education or are we improving it by creating more capacity? Are we complaining about lack of opportunity or are we creating opportunities?
Government cant solve everybody 's problems. Big companies can't solve everybody's problems. Unfortunately in the news we hear a lot about people complaining and not enough about the people that just get on with it and making the world better in their circle of influence.