DJ Black Coffee, real name Nkosinathi Maphumulo hopes that after all the looting chaos the spirit of true South Africans emerge and citizens unite even more to fix, rebuild, and collaborate to get us back into even a much better place!nternationally renowned master disc spinner and businessman
“After all the chaos I hope the spirit of true South Africans emerge & we unite even more than we do in sports and entertainment to fix, rebuild and collaborate and to get us back into even a much better place not just as a country but as people and I hope our government shows up,” said DJ Black Coffee.
DJ Black Coffee said that being an artist today when you speak of socio-economic and political issues you’re often told to stick to your job.
“Being an artist today when you speak of socio-economic & political issues you are often told to stick to your job and when one’s quiet then you are condemned for the silence, but right now it’s so hard to watch the country burn, soldiers being deployed, things are getting worse and there will be more bloodshed Mr @PresidencyZA @ThuliMadonsela3 we need an intervention,” wrote DJ Black Coffee.
“Sanibona Mzansi. It’s a new day, a new opportunity to think and do better. So much grief. So many socio-economic and political issues to solve. POVERTY to deal with and PRIVILEGE to acknowledge. Let us engage with Love, Kindness, and Patience on people’s pain and point,” said actress and comedian Celeste Ntuli.
Meanwhile, Political Analyst Moeletsi Mbeki has called for the impeachment of South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa.
“Where did Cyril get the idea Zuma is mobilizing the Zulu people to protest, this is uncalled for by Ramaphosa dividing the people of this country to fight among themselves. This calls for impeachment,” said Moeletsi Mbeki.
Following the chaos of looting and riots that left many families homeless, without basic needs such as food, and funerals to plan, South Africans are slowly uniting to clean up the mess that was caused by those who allegedly mobilized themselves to show support of former president Jacob Zuma.
The rife looting and riots took place since former president Jacob Zuma (79) handed himself to the authorities on Wednesday, 7th of July 2021.