SMS’e

10 December 2018 | Opinion

Liewe meneer, ek en my familie gaan Dinsdag en Donderdag see toe. Sal jy wat sommer verby stringe motors verby jaag, motors verbysteek op blinde hoogtes, jaag asof jy nie omgee nie, asseblief op ’n ander dag see toe ry. Baie dankie.

Suid-Afrikaners wat die tyd van die jaar in hul hordes op ons Namibiese kusdorpe en strande toesak, onthou asb die volgende: Hierdie is Leeuwêreld. Eers raak julle mos dors, dan baie, baie dors, dan luidrugtig, dan ryk, dan slim, dan sterk en dan word jy geslaan. Hakuna Matata.

It’s actually unbelievable that there are hardly any events in Swakopmund during the year. On Saturday 1 December however there were 4 or 5 Christmas markets. All on the same day? Ever heard of planning?

Nou gaan Namibia-Chinenamibia word. Ons sal van honger en dors doodgaan. Die toekoms lyk bleek. As landsburgers behoort ons op te staan vir ons land teen die regeerders dat ons nie hoef swaar te kry nie. Hoeveel werkers gaan nou hulle werk verloor by die myne?

Dit is darem belaglik wat NWR hierdie jaar vir kamp akkommodasie vra. By Jakkalsputz moet jy nou N$200 p/p per dag betaal. Ek persoonlik dink dis verregaande.

Het die Paaieowerhede vergeet dat Namibia ook 'n suide het? Veral die belangrikste pad van Walvisbaai oor Solitaire na Maltahöhe, na Sesriem en die onder Visrivier-canyon. Hoekom is daar nie voorsiening vir een op die 5 jaar lys? Net alles in die noorde?

Ek lees berigte van verskerpte optrede om padongelukke te verminder. Maar ek sien ook daagliks mense wat nommers indruk op selfone wanneer hulle bestuur. Ongelukkig ook verkeerspersoneel. Kan dit ook op die “to do” lysie geplaas word? Ook by die kus.

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