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  Reply # 953099 16-Dec-2013 14:39
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I guess he's grabbing any opportunity he can to get out of living in a slum.

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  Reply # 953104 16-Dec-2013 14:57
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BTR: I guess he's grabbing any opportunity he can to get out of living in a slum.


He is not living in a slum

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 953115 16-Dec-2013 15:23
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I guess many South Africans have forgotten the words and forgiveness of Nelson Mandela. Progress as a nation and as a people will never happen until they are remembered and acted on.




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  Reply # 953122 16-Dec-2013 15:38
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or maybe its as simple as 'human nature'




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  Reply # 953143 16-Dec-2013 16:05
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I realised I spelt "Mandella" (sic) wrong, and someone requested that I change it but I can't now, so sorry about that..




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  Reply # 953149 16-Dec-2013 16:15
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sonyxperiageek: I realised I spelt "Mandella" (sic) wrong, and someone requested that I change it but I can't now, so sorry about that..


I've sorted the spelling out for you.




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