Monthly Archives: January 2016

WE NEED MORE POLITE GOVERNMENTS, WORLDWIDE.

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi, with Internative Digital @756Writing
We need more polite governments.Everywhere, globally, not the one with the Bushs and Donald Trump pursuing or easy for the happening of wars.

The parents of the likes of President Barrack Obama studied Anthropology, we need intervention from all of that.

In Nelson Mandela’s Royal family of AbaThembu too King Zwelibanzi Buyelekhaya Dalindlyebo is jailed for being harsh on ruling his village people. We need to lead our relationship with love, goodness, unity, make the world a happy place.

Government of the country need help here in South Africa. We need better people than here and the world leaders, eg FIFA, current African National Congress, United Nations, with leaders like the Bushs, Donald Trump, Robert Mugabe, Jacob Zuma, etc. How can others be able to do it so well? We need support of more polite governments.

Even leaders or people like Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki here they tried regardless of their background , on that still more needs to be done to make this world a better place. If we take it easy no matter how far it might take to reach it, it will be worth it.

This is freedom lets feel with the time. Lets set the tone. Everyone must be able to connect with anyone, women and men must work together. Africa have to get along with the world. As ever to our democracy our nation welcomes any ideas to improve the state of the marginalized and poor. Believe me when I tell you here we want no more trouble. South Africa with soft power achieved this greatness so far. Peace has worked for us all, so lets cherish it. I love it especially for exposing us to other Africans people locally and world, them seeing the need whether luxury, escaping/ refuge.

The things happening out there are hard to believe. Its been good living in Cape Town all my life, this is the right place. I have been taking advantage on capitalising on it. In places like this its about including yourself and participating. That is how more people can contribute meaningfully. Whether individually, business, in civil society, community, charity, etc we need to extend what is beautiful. that is why there is need for more polite governments, there is too much bothering, people need a break. Leaders like Hilary Clinton are a promise for our freedom, its their vitue in saving the world from all the cruelty. As learning people lets not allow bad history happen again. Capitalizing on what makes our lives better have proved good and right.

Women leadership is important here in South Africa and the world. We have women who have proved of good leadership, eg  Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, as Hilary Clinton, Mamphela Ramphele, etc they are availing themselves, they coming forward. More women need to be given a chance and be trusted with their own ways of doing things.

As an individual I call on governments to make better decisions, especially in Africa that there is more poverty and underdeveloped areas people are affected they are poor. With that they need not to be distracted by strife and destruction. As a nation like South Africa that is found better, we are suppose to play a leading role.

Cape Town, Pretoria, Johannersburg, Nelson Mandela Bay, etc we already in BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) as emerging powers, G20, IBSA, our Individuals as global leaders, businesses, etc . As governments call us to unite lets use better ways.

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THE SPARK THAT RESULTED IN SO SAID RACIST TWEETS.

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi @756Writing

Them just cry freedom. Last year on the 31st December, Thursday reminded by Manchester United facebook page post about Sir Alex Ferguson’s birthday, that day on my facebook I posted “Irieness has costed my priorities and smart moves that I had no way to complain. Yoh crime doesn’t pay”. I started being a Manchester United Fan when he retired as a coach. By Monday, 4th of January 2016, starting the new week, which was the beginning of business for the year, places opening from holidays. Then still alive as Lucky Dube sang that “Crime doesn’t pay, education is the key”.

I guess then my posts became a spark because the Democratic Alliance leader Penny Sparrow likened KwaZulu Natal province beach goers to monkeys, that, that is how they are.Now you see the connection between Monday, key, monkey and man. Then the Standard Bank boss/ economist, Chris Hart also did his part on the whole circus on social media, also found to be about racism. How about those that work under him?

It took me to the end of 2015 #RhodesMustFall and #FeesMustFall student protest, that here it goes again in 2016. And also that was the week for Angie Motshekga the Minister of Basic Education to announce the Matric results. Also with Independent Examination Board results already announced that weekend with 98.3% passrate. That was the week that set the standard and determines the future of South African young people, especially having to pass to further your studies to tertiary institutions. An issue that was still hard to solve in 2015 at our universities

This whole spark reminds me of the ganja struggle for success, how it has costed my priorities and smart moves, making me now broke.

I know I was suppose now to be painful but I am not complaining, they say inyembezi zam aziweli phantsi (my tears wont fall down), its nothing, things will workout. Jah will see me through.

As a spark I feel that something is being done about it, I see that from the things that are happening.

I talk expressing my self then something happens. Ayipheli into ndiyithetha( I make sense). For me I am loyal to our democracy here and else where. I call on all the people lets rise up to the occasion.

Ever since studying at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) I have been challenges by the monkey business or socialism making me to ask how social affiliation is measured, what is happening with that.Believe me I am humbled, I had studied at UWC, being around Bellville.

I think I know how Lucky Dube felt ever since 2007. With the national condition in 2005 to 2009. That also the years I lost my (grand) ma, may their soul Rest In Peace. On his song Lucky Dube said “you don’t have to know my political affiliation … or … my religious affiliation, give me Respect… I want to see respect”. That time I was still concerned for Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu to graduate me at UWC, on doctors order I dropped out. In that situation uLucky Dube ngumfeli wethu ( he is like our savior). That moment Bongi Dube came with an album that ” I don’t want to go around shaking hands with my enemies”, that “uyimbali”. Wyclif Jean also release a song that ‘Lucky Dube is a prophet’.

I wish we aligned with leaders like Helen Zille and Thabo Mbeki. They held themselves in positions with honour. Not what is happening now, the social networks going bananas in Mzansi or should I say that is RSA for you. Racist Econo- Political leadership indicating lack of moral. The Tutus to guide us are old, they have done their work universally, yet a lot still need to be done for us, more of by us to reach their levels and do more. A lot needs to be done.

The leaders I mentioned in this writing their words and work still lives on, for those who still want to make a good progress to better life, that is still relevant.

South Africa is given respect internationally because of them. They have set the foundation, standard and conditioned us well.

We are free that means its up to each individual to do success for his life. Now its still the time lets not be distracted by negativity.

From the young age we need to take education seriously, its the process to success. It allows men and women to be independent. It is a key to true freedom, than succumbing to failures of racism.

Nobody thought me that, this written here is my own consciousness. Can I say I have a spiritual power

This nation was built on premises of goodness and peace. That’s the way we always prevail. For me I can say I see no racism in this but just working class foolishness. Clearly we want an open society, where everyone is free. And its true education that make us live a better life.Let us be beautiful like Mandela and Mbeki.

Social Networks getting bananas in Mzansi, thats RSA for you.

By: Sivuyile S. Sesi @756Writing

On the first week of January 2016 I posted on my facebook personal account “Irieness has costed my priorities and smart moves that I had no way to complain. Yoh crime doesn’t pay”. I guess then it became a spark. Thinking further Lucky Dube says education is the key.

It reminds me of the ganja struggle for success, how it has costed my
priorities and smart moves, making me now broke.

I know I was suppose now to be painful but I am not complaining, they say inyembezi zam aziweli phantsi (my tears wont fall down), its nothing, things will workout. Jah will see me through.

As a spark I feel that something is being done about it, I see that from the spark happening.

I talk expressing my self then something happens. Ayipheli into ndiyithetha( I make sense). For me I am loyal to our democracy here and else where. I call on all the people lets rise up to the occasion.

Ever since UWC I have been challenges by the monkey business or socialism making me to ask how social affiliation is measured, what is happening with that.

I think I know how Lucky Dube felt ever since 2007. With the national condition in 2005 to 2009. That also the years I lost my (grand) ma, may their soul Rest In Peace. On his song Lucky Dube said “you don’t have to know my political affiliation … or … my religious affiliation, give me Respect… I want to see respect”. That time I was still concerned for Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu to graduate me, on doctors order I dropped out. In that situation uLucky Dube ngumfeli wethu ( he is like our savior). That moment Bongi Dube came with an album that ” I don’t want to go around shaking hands with my enemies”, that “uyimbali”. Wyclif Jean also release a song that ‘Lucky Dube is a prophet’.

I wish we aligned with leaders like Helen Zille and Thabo Mbeki. They held themselves in positions with honour. Not what is happening now, the social networks going bananas in SA or should I say that is RSA for you. Racist Econo- Political leadership indicating lack of moral. The Tutus to guide us are old, they have done their work universally, yet a lot still need to be done for us, more of by us to reach their levels and do more. A lot needs to be done.

The leaders I mentioned in this writing their words and work still lives on, for those who still want to make a good progress to better life, that is still relevant.

South Africa is given respect internationally because of them. They have set the foundation, standard and conditioned us well.

We are free that means its up to each individual to do success for his life. Now its still the time lets not be distracted by negativity.

From the young age we need to take education seriously, its the process to success. It allows men and women to be independent. It is a key to true freedom, than succumbing to failures of racism.

This nation was built on premises of goodness and peace. That’s the way we always prevail.