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05 November 2018 | Opinion

Geagte President Geingob. Ek dink dit het tyd geword om die doodstraf terug te bring vir kinderverkragters en moordenaars. Ons kinders het ons as grootmense en leiers van ons land nodig om hulle te beskerm, maar ongelukkig doen ons dit nie. Ons misluk ons kinders en vroue. Ek stel voor iemand wat weet hoe om dit te doen, stel onmiddellik ‘n petisie op wat ons kan voorlê aan ons leiers.

Daar sal regtig nou iets drasties gedoen moet word om hierdie verkragtings te stop! Kastreer die lot en vergeet van tronkstraf of boete of menseregte. Sulke monsters kan nie aanspraak maak op enige regte nie. Lees Matt.18 v 8. Jesus se eie woorde!

Talana, jy is reg, maar eintlik het jy nie verstaan waaroor dit gegaan het nie. Elkeen het ‘n reg op die aarde so ook die baba voeltjies wat uit hulle nessies gehaal en dood gemaak word. Die kindertjies wat verkrag en wreed vermoor word, die vrouens, bejaardes en so kan ons aangaan.

What is it with all the horrendous corruption and looting exposed daily, perpetrators / officials are at the most just suspended, meaning full pay, or fired? Nobody is ever brought to book, prosecuted, jailed or made to pay back the money? Is it because they are all guilty of something and will expose others if prosecuted? Unless Namibia starts locking up perpetrators of corruption, looting, mismanagement now, it will continue to kill our country!

Munisipaliteit van Walvisbaai! Nangolo Mbumba straat is 'n Tony Rust renbaan. Baie, baie gevaarlik vir voetgangers en verkeer. Wat van ten minste twee vierrigting stopstrate tussen die verkeerslig noord en die een suid by die polisiestasie? Afdraai vanaf hoofpad na Narraville ook 'n ongeluk wat plek soek om te gebeur: oplossing - verkeersligte.

Ouers, voogde en opvoeders, leer asb julle kinders om te "recycle" en verduidelik aan hulle dat dit in almal se toekomsbelang is om op te hou mors.

Ek kan ook bevestig dat MTC se 3G oor Wifi devices uiters stadig is Telecom se data gaan weer verlore / word gesteel, so dis ook nie ‘n opsie nie. So enigste hoop is om vir Paratus te wag om na alle dele van Windhoek uit te brei of baie geduld met MTC te hê. Ten minste kan mens in die hoofstad iets gedoen kry met geduld. Op die platteland is data so stadig dit lyk dit werk nie.

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