With violent crime in the news internationally over the last few months, many South Africans are disgruntled with Jacob Zuma’s flippant comments about crime in South Africa. Wonkie, with the help of the Easter Bunny, presents some innovative ways to manage the pressing crime statistics in South Africa.
Following the execution of Janice Linden in China in December 2011 for drug trafficking, Wonkie ponders the issue of capital punishment for such crimes. No doubt Nolubabalo Nobanda is also pondering the same question given she is now sitting in a Thai prison for trying to smuggle 1.5kg of cocaine in her dreadlocks.
South Africans display a callous disregard for the value of life – this statement does not allude to Anni Dewani’s murder but rather to the hundreds of unreported ‘boring’ deaths of the poor and black in the country.
Where else in the world can you steal public funds or do the dodgiest of deals, then classify it as secret to protect national interests? Better yet, you will still be able walk off scott free when you are exposed by the media but the journalist will be jailed because he did something wrong by exposing you!
Jackie Selebi is facing 15 years in prison after being found guilty on corruption charges. The NPA brokered deals that let off self-confessed murderers to get this conviction – what’s wrong with this picture?
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