We Are Outnumbered-Will We Win!?

Siboniso Mawandla | The Republic Mail

Today is no ordinary day for South Africa, If Zuma falls – a revolution awakens. The people are anticipating the country’s economic state evolving from downgrade to upgrade, from a state of devastation to peace and employment, from cheaters to leaders and from corruption to ethical conduct. Mbali Sibiya

Today, the 8th of August 2017 is a day that might be included in the history books of South Africa. People from all around the country are holding on to their opinions and are standing their ground. In their hearts, the vote has already been made-they voted a long time ago, they know what they want.

A wise man quoted yesterday that ministers and presidents of a country will come and go – but the citizens that make up a country, the ones who invest their labour and pay taxes to improve the country will forever remain. So why not make decisions at their best interest; why not give them what they want?

These are the very citizen’s that are out today flooding the streets of Johannesburg, Soweto and the likes – Toitoing to be heard and noticed. This is a gesture expressing support to the minority in Parliament that will be casting votes today.

With the ANC having more members, it is most likely that they will win. However, anti-Zuma citizens disagree with ANC MPs that are hell-bent in keeping the president in office, so they have pin their hopes on the opposition parties like DA, the IFP, the EFF and all other opposing parties that being out numbered in Parliament.

Today is no ordinary day for South Africa, If Zuma falls – a revolution awakens. The people are anticipating the country’s economic state evolving from downgrade to upgrade, from a state of devastation to peace and employment, from cheaters to leaders and from corruption to ethical conduct.