The Knysna Fires – I Still Can’t Believe It

June 8, 2017

Renaldo Gouws has hit the nail on the head once again. Take a look at his insight regarding the devastating Knysna fires…

From the government’s slow response to the racist statements about the #KnysnaFire. My video deals with it all.

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3 Comments

  1. Jean Oliver 8 June, 2017, 17:49

    May God be with all our brother’s and sister’s may God shine upon you though these sad times if I can be of assistance to you kindly get back to me thank you M sincere condolences to those who lost their lives, rest in peace, for those who lost everything, my thoughts and prayers are with you all and all the animals

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  2. Jo-Ann 9 June, 2017, 12:20

    I dont know what to say, just God help you all. Its like a piece in the bible that states there was nothing on earth in the beginning and this is how it is now, there is nothing, well not for the ppl who lost everything. I just hope and pray that sometime you will get up and try again but i know it will not bring back what you have lost. God be to all

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  3. Eugene Groeneveld 9 June, 2017, 12:33

    Those people who made the racist remarks are so low on the human scale that I can hardly believe that they are actual South Africans. The saddest part is that they seem to be so called “born free” but they still want to hate. Could it be that hate for your fellow human beings is part of their culture? It is not part of mine, and I cry whether it is white, black or any other colour that suffers. The part about the government is particularly sad, but rather understandable. That is how they deal with crime, murders, robberies and everything that does not benefit them personally. Even the DA and the Agri’s were quiet during this disaster – why? The only person who made agesture was Helen Zille, for whom I do not have much time and who is in bad with her party. Where was Mmusi? Where were the other so called afrikaans parties? I am ashamed of my government, and I loathe their leadership, which by doing nothing, condones all the bad going on in the country

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