Your civil liberties are not a given, they are constantly to be fought for. Mark Sham of #SACitizensUnite challenges South Africans to not be silent in the fight for a better country. How can you get actively involved, how can you protest together, and will technology be the saviour of society against poor governance? It’s okay to want a better life, but what are you willing to do to have that life?

 

 

Mark Sham

 

Mark Sham

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  • Carla
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    My husband sometimes listens to the Zulu radio stations and is shocked to hear the propaganda. He has tried to call in a few times but hasnt had luck. It is one way of educating the majority of where our country actually is as I think most people dont even understand.

  • Biancakarelse.bk@gmail.com
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    I personally think that there are too many old people in parliament..and they are running on the past…if they give way to the younger generation things would turn out much better…cause we young people can work together

  • Jeanette Furstenberg
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    Well both can be true,the virus is real the pandemic is not follow Bards of war ,you’ll learn a lot

  • John
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    Did this cunt Mark bring up white privilege again because honestly not in the mood to listen to shit from people that know fuckall about what has been going on in this country. I have been retrenched 4 times in 2 years and then no longer employed because of being white, that is not a privilege, that is racism.