Posts with Tag ‘ANC’

2014 – South Africa Election and government

Election and government: Some provinces in South Africa will shine in 2014. There is coming a change for the better in Limpopo province and a project to rebuild what was torn down the past few years will take effect. Kwa-Zulu Natal will become a hotpot again before the 2014 elections. There will be a lot of tension and violence with a lot of accusations between political parties. North West province will explode with scandals of corruption and waste of money and power play, similar to that of Limpopo two years ago. The turnaround will go much smoother than it has been in Limpopo and many heads will roll. The ANC will show itself merciless against some of its members. A lot of propaganda will fly around before the elections. The people will however not make their choices according to the propaganda. I see them looking at it and listening to the propaganda and they get motivated by it, but the motivation quickly subside, and their driving factor will be the feeling they have about their daily lives.

2013 – South African corruption

Corruption will be exposed to unbearable levels, people will be so saturated with news of corruption that it will cause two things: some people will get aggressive and in others a new need for morality will come forth even among non-Christians. In 2013 attention will be put the lawlessness of our individual lives. Christians need to stop making excuses for breaking the law or why a rule is not applicable on us but on others, such as speeding, traffic laws, tax laws, etc… What was acceptable until now will not be acceptable. During 2013 new strict traffic laws will take effect. Godly people will not become blind to corruption but will easily wade through the corruption to do what they are responsible for. The focus on corruption stifle your activity and productivity, draining your energy. Although the corruption will still be there and will seems to become more, Children of God will learn not to allow it to affect their productivity and distract them from what they should focus on.

In government and in the ANC, a dividing line will be drawn. A grouping in the ANC will start up a new movement of being responsible, ethical and opposing corruption. This new movement or faction in the ANC will be strong, although it will be a small grouping. It will have a great affect and win support amongst the public. Business and industry will likewise mobilize itself in creating well-branded associations that stands for anti-corruption practices and ethical behaviour. Voluntarily membership to such an association will show the public that a business or industry chooses to be held accountable for their actions, behaviour and practices. These associations will be similarly branded like the ‘Proudly South African’ mark. Many business people will join this cause in 2013.