Robert Marawa voiced out his hopes, saying that he hopes the electricity stays off even during the State of The Nation Address by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday!ABC Sports Anchor and Founder of Marawa TV,
However, Robert Marawa’s hopes failed because the SONA went on without load-shedding – moloi ke motho.
“Hopefully this electricity stays off even during #SONA2021 tomorrow! I also have no “energy” left to listen! #Loadshedding,” wrote Robert Marawa on Wednesday.
United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader General Bantu Holomisa commented and said that it’s bad and things are not getting together.
“Kubi Rob. Izinto azihlangani/ it’s bad Rob. Things are not getting together at all. Comrades are tearing each other apart instead of developing the country,” wrote General Bantu Holomisa.
Robert Marawa, as usual, didn’t let it slide: “Because the system is designed for cyclical looting ngoba it’s now “or turn.” This breeds entitlement and unfortunately, the voter does not break this self-destructive cycle General,” said Robert Marawa, adding three pig emojis.
General Bantu Holomisa had nothing worthy to add besides, “Eish. So true though.”
@Zibelemtwa_ said that he hopes President Cyril Ramaphosa will create job opportunities, prioritize industrialization to stop being a consuming country, and reopen factories that were closed so that people will get jobs and economic growth.
“People of South Africa, it is your country that calls on you to rise. Let us march forward together to equality, to dignity, and to recovery,” said President Cyril Ramaphosa.
South Africa’s number one (1) citizen, Cyril Ramaphosa also encouraged the government, business, labor sector, including society to clear away the rubble and lay a new foundation.
The president also touched on the extension of SASSA grants.
“We have decided to extend the period for the Special COVID-19 Grant of R350 by a further three months.”
Watch boloi ba motho below:
You can view or download the SONA [HERE].