A Great Tree Has Fallen, And There Is Not A Sapling In Sight -
Who’s gone is sad. What’s left is tragic.
The greatest tragedy today is not so much the loss of a great man, but fact that since he left office our country has been bankrupted of inspiring nation–building leadership.
The absent Mbeki, the morally compromised Zuma. The radicalised Malema. The legacy of leadership in our ruling party since Mandela has been nothing short of paltry.
When will we be led by someone who captures our hearts and unites our people again. Is it even possible? I’d like to think so.
But when I look at the ANC cadres today, I see weeds not giant Cedars.
Was ecstatic to have the founder of Blogger, Twitter and Medium recommend something I wrote. Week made right there
View from the new joe public office
Thank you Madiba. We will never forget.
Death is something inevitable. When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace. I believe I have made that effort and that is, therefore, why I will sleep for the eternity. — Nelson Mandela on death
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