Stop killing rhinos
We must educate our communities about the importance of animals. These days rhinos are killed in large numbers and if it doesn’t stop, they will soon be extinct. People must be educated because those who kill rhinos believe the false in- formation they get, which con- tributes towards the killing. I encourage everyone to participate in protecting animals by being involved in campaigns. I was hurt to hear that a pregnant rhino was killed.
People must stop killing them so that they will be able to breed and increase in numbers. So let us all stand together to protect our wildlife.
– Matlala Maraba, Ga-Mashashane, Limpopo
Let’s make the next generation proud
We are lucky to witness the freedom that our fellow South African citizens had fought for, but let our excitement not blind us to the fact that some of the things we have strived for have not yet been achieved. Apartheid was overcome, everyone is free, but still we have to fight issues such as crime, poverty and unemployment that have become a threat to us.
If only we can continue with the enthusiasm of those who fought apartheid, we will achieve more. Rome wasn’t built in one day, so let’s continue fighting to make the next generation proud.
– Nthabiseng Mokoena, Moko
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