Thursday, 19 October 2017

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Welcome Home After 6 months in the Middle East, this USAirForce air man asked his girlfriend to marry him.

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Monday, 16 October 2017

World food day

A tour around twitter village today revealed #worldfoodday was trending around the world. As is a lot of hype was created, question is besides the meme’s and challenges, will we leave to commemorate the day and make noise about it next year again. The world's leaders agreed to fight hunger as the first priority of the Millennium Development Goals, but without active participation from the masses it could prove impossible. 
World Food Day was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1980 to commemorate the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1945 (resolution 35/70). The official goal of the day is to "heighten public awareness of the world food problem and strengthen solidarity in the struggle against hunger, malnutrition and poverty."
More than 850 million people in the world are hungry, with the majority found in Asia and Sub Saharan Africa. With estimate that 40 million people die each year because of hunger and diseases related to malnutrition and many of them are children! The sad truth is there is more than enough food in the world to ensure that no one need ever go hungry. Those who wish for a more peaceful, just and sustainable world are helping to make ending world hunger a major priority.

World Food Day / End Hunger Day is an opportunity for the global community to unite in an effort to help raise awareness about the global problem of hunger and make individual endeavors to end hunger.


Sunday, 15 October 2017

The youth will decide

By Julius Mashifane

Last week I woke up to surprising news. Well not so surprising considering the recent turn of events in our political landscape. I came across several posts on social media, congratulating the EFF Student Command on the white wash victory at the Venda University of Technology (VUT) SRC polls. A victory for the EFFSC was not surprising, what surprised me was that they won all seats in the student’s council. 
When the ANC couldn’t win local elections on the 3rd of August last year, they said that was a wakeup call, when masses marched to the union buildings under the banner of EFF on the 2nd of November they said that was a wakeup call, when the public started to “boo” ANC leaders including their president who happens to be state president they said that was another wakeup call. I wonder how many wakeup calls you must get before one wakes up. This is the biggest wakeup call and if the elephant fails to wake up now we should declare it dead.
Currently the EFFSC is in charge of the SRC of many institutions of higher learning. Remember that this is where intellectuals are produced. The society is steadily becoming more learned and more conscious of the political processes and more fed-up of corruption. South Africa’s population is largely composed of youth which means the future leadership of this country is in their votes. I think one of the reasoning we saw a decline of ANC votes, leading to it losing some metros was due to the increased number of young people that came out to vote. For me it was the first time seeing such hype around local elections, even party spending on campaigns was on another level.
We are moving towards a socialist society, leaders of tomorrow are already leaders of today and we should take our cue from that. Leaders don’t just emerge, the apartheid was defeated by the youth of that time mostly emerged from institutions of higher learning just like we see it happen today. I hear that during campaigns at VUT the ANCYL was giving away T-shirts and KFC meals, yet failed to secure a single seat in the student council.
 The days of giving people palliative treatment and not real solutions to their problems or at least showing commitment to the course are over. It’s time to show up or shape out. The youth need jobs and money to start businesses or pay their studies. Should they in their majority take their frustrations to the polls, the ANC will be history. The youth hold the deciding power, the future of our state is in their hands.

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Obbynice Banana "Official video" Directed by Joassycan Pro

Skaliey Mental "Shinpaka" behind the sacenes Concept by Joassycan Pro

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Friday, 6 October 2017

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From My point of view

We need wise Principled teachers

Julius Mashifane

It is unclear what he did but what is clear is how this big woman was assaulting this small disabled boy, then the driver of the school bus joined in and assisted the woman to push the boy out of the bus leaving him lying on the ground crying. I know this sound like some sort of a fiction if you haven’t seen that video of a pupil being assaulted by a teacher, but those who saw it knows how saddening it was to watch, I wonder how the parents                                                                                                       of that child felt like when they saw
it. Just recently I have been following reports of teachers abusing learners. In one of the reports 30 learners have been impregnated by two teachers, Imagine. Remember the saying “Evil triumph when good men do nothing” indeed it does. I wonder where the female teachers were when their male colleagues took advantage of these young girls and made them sex slaves. Were they complicit to it maybe? If they knew what was happening and did nothing that disqualifies them as teachers.
 Whenever teachers embarked on a wage strike I would be on their side no matter the figure they are asking for. I always believed they didn’t even have to propose a figure, they were just supposed to get what they deserved as they carried huge responsibilities with their profession. Teachers are the shape shifters of our society, as they spend more time with children who are our future leaders. Teachers produce teachers, lawyers, doctors, models, presidents, engineers etc.
 The criterion used to appoint teachers is wrong and it is failing all of us. Most teachers of today do not meet the standards required to preside over our society, to mentor our children. The system used to appoint teachers must be revised, so one must prove that they’ve got passion for teaching, before even being allowed to enroll for teaching studies.
Teachers must go through a vigorous process to be appointed; they must prove their worthiness. They must go “Through the eye of the needle” as the ANC document on electing leaders is titled. Sadly I know of people who studied teaching or are being persuaded to study teaching where as they have no passion for it nor the qualities. People study teaching because it is one of the professions with lot of vacancies and a good salary. With the level of unemployment and poverty in this country who will blame them? Well I do if it compromises the quality of education and our children’s livelihood The work of teachers doesn’t start and end with the classroom curriculum, it goes beyond that.
A teacher is a parent to many, a social worker, a motivator, a coach, a role model and could do no wrong. The teachers conduct inside and outside the classroom should complement each other. We know teachers are also human beings and they make those mistakes made by all of us but before the eyes of our children they should appear to be perfect humans until they are at such an age to understand the reality of it.
During the course of my studies I learnt of a modelling theory, which suggests that people’s behaviour is somehow subconsciously influenced by what they see, which they later reproduce when dealing with others. I think this is more applicable to children. Ever wondered why such young boys are perverts, why they’ve got no respect for a girl child, why they are so violent, why young girls see themselves as being cheap, why they have no respect for their bodies, why they do not value education, have you ever wondered why? Children’s mind are vulnerable they cannot make sense on their own they constantly need to be guided and not only by being told what to do but by seeing you do it. We need wise principled teachers!

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