Sizwe Dhlomo said that he does not want to integrate with the “people” of Orania (Orania is Orania due to its people and vice versa)!adio and television personality
This follows an expression by Gauteng’s MEC for Education and Youth Development Panyaza Lesufi when he said that the madness in Orania must come to an end.
“This is (the) money used in our country only by people who speak a certain language. They also have their own flag and laws. If you think we will keep quiet you are wrong. This madness must come to end. It’s a betrayal of our call for a truly non-racial South Africa. #Orania” wrote Panyaza Lesufi.
Sizwe Dhlomo replied by saying that he agrees with Panyaza Lesufi but more than that why does the government not take better care of the citizens of broader South Africa, saying that we should mind our own business.
“So here’s the thing MEC, sure ifuck up vele leshandisi, I agree with you but more than that, why don’t we take better care of the citizens of broader SA? Asihambe nabahambayo. Forget these guys. I personally don’t want to integrate with them anyway. Asinake ezethu” wrote Sizwe Dhlomo.
Orania is an Afrikaner town in South Africa located along the Orange River in the Karoo region of the Northern Cape province. The town is split into two halves by the R369 road and lies halfway between Cape Town and Pretoria.
Will Panyanza Lesufi’s sentiments about Orania change South Africa? Will it decrease gender-based-violence? Will it end the racism that still flourishes in South Africa? Will it discard the fact that we have more than 100 school children tested positive for COVID-19? Will it change the fact that Orania has been in existence and has been allowed by previous leaders? Will it change anything? Is Cyril Ramaphosa going to dissolve Orania?
Sizwe Dhlomo also begged minister of transport Fikile Mbalula to ban alcohol again.
“Take away the booze guys. Please. It’s not helping,” wrote Sizwe Dhlomo. He continued (replying to Mbalula when he asked if we’ve lost the fight against COVID-19), “The numbers are out of control Minister & people are doing as they please. Our healthcare system will still get overwhelmed at this rate, which is what we were trying to avoid. Just look at that graph.”
Sizwe Dhlomo is also a businessman who is well vested in addressing matters of public discourse. He recently joined Kaya FM.