Please lend me your time, eyes and ears for a short time.
Crime in South Africa has reached the crest of the country, like a volcanic eruption about to explode and destroy this good land.
I’m starting to think that the only way to live in this sad country is to be part of this miserable… trap.
What I mean by the above statement is simply this:
A few weeks ago there was a break-in in my apartment in Grahamstown, South Africa.
And a community laptop and charger was stolen only.
This of course made me unpleasant and gave me a huge shock, due to the fact that, it was the first time to get a break-in in my apartment and the only thing stolen was the laptop. Let me rephrase that, it was a community laptop and its charger.
I am addressing the public about this issue not because of a break-in in my apartment but because of the lost community property!
This incident does not only affect the life one person whose house was broken into but also the lives of hundreds of young people out there, who would suffer because of this valuable asset with important information in it, and its service capabilities to the people…
Without a doubt I believe that within the bad, you and I live in, there lies a spark, a flare of some higher goodness to do what is or at least should have been our nature to care for one another. There is a African proverb that goes like Umntu ngumntu ngabantu which means no one can live alone, and that everyone is because of someone.
If you can relate to this or no someone whom might have gone through what I went through, then won’t you please help fight crime in this town and for the entire country. You could be the change, you could stop the volcanic eruption, you could save hundreds of kids, you could be the good in the bad.
blog post written by Mcvay Boko