EVERY day, we go through the papers, and daily one sees articles on corruption in almost every government department, the taxi accident crisis, more young men becoming victims of the barbaric forms of initiation, etc. It amazes me that this has been so widespread and continuous, and that nothing actually gets done about it.
With very few people who commit these offences being prosecuted, I do not foresee a drop in these statistics in the near future.
If anything, we are setting a precedent, where these people feel that they have free rein to continue to commit these offences.
The law of physics has taught us that every action has a reaction.
However the law of physics seems to be ignored in the country.
Without sounding negative, it seems like the justice system in the county is just as corrupt as the ones they should be prosecuting.
Karin Gilbertson, Plettenberg Bay