I just wanna know, like if if we talkin or dealin with each other, is something real nah mean. Like I don't wanna play these games, so if he not being real to you, and you feel like I'm being real to you, fess up nah mean.
Girl give me 5 minutes
Let me tell you the business, I want you to be real
Seee, got this little problem, my head is filled with drama
I just need you with me... yeaaa
I can picture us, doing a lot of stuff
But you don't want it to be... yeaaa
Myspace is where we meet, I like you an you like me, but you got a man and it's real
Girl turn around and look into my face
Tell me what you see, a man
That wants you to be his Wifeyyy
Baby eh eh eh eh eh eh, yea eh eh eh eh
But anyways eh eh eh eh eh, yea eh eh eh eh eh
Sitting here dreaming bout meeting the peoples havnt those bowed little sexy sequels
And it's driving my mind insane, and your the one to blame
Can't believe a girl like you got my mind lost
I don't know what to do it's my heart
If I'm dreaming wake me up, cause if love breaks me then I guess I'm stuck
She was also quoted as saying: âThis narrative that we must be threatened by each other and each other's success, or either claim each other's success or destroy each other's success, is one of the great limitations on women's success in public office.â
Zilleâs office did not respond to requests for comment on Thursday.
About 800 people attended the march yesterday where the DA wanted to hand over a memorandum to Deputy Minister for Police Bongani Mkongi. But Mkongi accused Maimane of using the event for politicking, and called him a hypocrite.
Mkongi said the army by nature was a more brutal force, in that they do not carry rubber bullets or pepper spray, and instead carried machine guns. âTake your memorandum back to the DA office, we are not going to accept it. Maimane, you are a hypocrite,â he said. He also accused the DA of bussing in coloured people to the event yesterday to sow racial divisions in the country.
Maimane was later embroiled in a heated argument with officials from Mkongiâs office who told him to leave the area. Maimane said people across Cape Town live in fear of gangs and violence without getting the same police resources as the rest of the country.
âWhy must this community here in Nyanga - the murder capital of South Africa - share one police officer between 628 residents while the average for the country is one officer for every 369 people? Why is it that the entire City of Cape Town, at one officer per 560 people, has far fewer police than the rest of South Africa?
"And why has Cape Townâs ratio deteriorated so much since 2016, when it was one officer per 439 people?âANC provincial secretary Faiez Jacobs said they had observed a worrying trend around Maimane of âhiding and buryingâ his head in the sand when the country was having serious conversations.
âThis may explain his ignorance around this issue of a military option on gang hotspots. Most experts agreed, led by Professor Theo Neethling from Free State University that the "SANDF is primarily for fighting external enemies".
"What this province and city needs is to use the R60 million allocation to fight gang hotspots more genuinely and effectively and not as yet another contract for DA friends to put frivolous devices that do not stop crime.â
Cape Times]]>https://www.iol.co.za/capetimes/news/watch-mazibuko-slams-zille-but-maimane-mum-on-being-undermined-16146056" class="resultsource">Independent online (SA) 20 Jul 2018