Let There Be Boozing In Schools, says Lawmakers

Read Time:4 Minute, 0 Second

Presently, some lawmakers are out to peddle low-less-ness in South Africa. Nothing fits the bill other than such a view.

Now, schools open on Tuesday. In the back, sitting in the National Assembly is the Basic Education Law Amendment Bill (2022 Bela Bill). Thus the draft law has an ill-conceived proposal of a piece of legislation. It is the kind likely to add to the social ills currently burdening the country. Moreover, if given a nod…, The measure will clear the path to hard-hammer, a final zombifying nail in the coffin of South African children and youth.

In part, the bill proposition is allow sales of alcohol in school premises hired for church or weddings. Go on, add to the list – the functions held by school staff. Coming with the gospel of Bela, the cushion measure is that no pupils will be allowed to buy, sell and drink alcohol. Additionally, there will be no drinking in the presence of pupils. But this approach underestimates the determination of some pupils to manoeuvre for a fix. For example, news in Kampala, Uganda, tells of students smuggling alcohol and drugs into schools in…, Wait for it! In sanitary towels and sometimes mixing the stuff with soft drinks.

So, Lucas Mahlakgane speaks out. He is the chairperson of the WCC. 

“As World Changers Candidate (WCC), we are deeply concerned by clause 8 section 8A. It would allow alcohol to be sold and consumed at school.” In addition, he says the free-to-get boozed permit will apply during activities – on and off the premises of the primary educational institution. 

To date, the WCCs count Kabelo Mabalane as one of its successful drug addiction recovery stories and cases. Starting about twenty years ago, the proudly South African non-profit anti-drug organisation preoccupied itself with raising awareness around major problems that illicit drugs represent for societies. Hence in their continued community mobilisation efforts, come 19 July…, It will not be the declaring war talk of after school is after school. This time the WCCs’ leads the chant that says…, 

During School Events And In Its Premises, There Shall Be NO DRUGS 

As a result, Mahlakgane and his foot soldiers at Leondale High…, The institution infamous as Dagga High School. Well, this time with WCC, they are due to launch a petition for the well-being of society. It is titled NO DRUGS in any form or under any circumstances should be sold at our schools. 

ALSO READ: https://thivi.co.za/buhle-samuels-says-no-to-d/

Gone Are The Days When Boys And Girls Used To…,

Aw! Lafa kudala elihle kakhulu. Indeed, gone are the days. They got swept away by the 1994 community dismantling winds of a brand of democracy wiping out the days of a sober youth. Gone are the days when beautiful school girls used to sing. Yes, conjure up those dangara-clad sweethearts cheering on the touchline. All that energy amid school boys, huffing and puffing as they sweat their muscles out on a football field. Remember the voices of salivating Tryphena, Matlakala, Mamsie and …, Yeah, cooing…,

Wen’ oskorile uzolala-la, wena uzolala la. Aw’ things of Mbongeni Ngema, wangibeke esifubeni we, mama. 

Yes, parents, do recreate and create a not-so-drug-free zone for the sake of your children.

Indeed, bring back those yesterdays when there would be fun school activities of cultural travels, sports, performance arts, debates and the likes…, All joy-filled activities hardly with alcohol in sight and on-site.

Bakwethu! Schools are not the target 🎯. But your children are in clause 8 of the Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill of section 8A. So successful is the brainwashing of the yonke insipho iyawasha sweeping away the black family and the community institution. As a result, activated is the mind sanitising programme of…,

There Is No Fun, No Gain Without Alcohol 

Of course, that is if parents, communities and societies at large let the draft law get passed as is. Aww! They say catch them when they are young. Once the target is secure, call the alcohol firing squad to Shoot Them Before They GrowIn conclusion, the late South African music giant Lucky Dube did warn…, They would not build schools anymore, only prisons. Therefore, Alas! Bodies of South African children and youth turned into prison cells of addiction and servitude.

ALSO READ: https://thivi.co.za/young-and-buried-alive/

IMPORTANT

The welcome news is still open is an invitation for public input on the Basic Education Laws Amendment Bill. The deadline is 15 August 2022 at 4 pm. Accordingly, send comments to Mr Llewellyn Brown, secretary of the Portfolio Committee on Basic Education Secretary. His email is belabill02@parliament.gov.za . The WhatsApp line is +27 60 550 9848 

Loading

Happy
Happy
0 %
Sad
Sad
0 %
Excited
Excited
0 %
Sleepy
Sleepy
0 %
Angry
Angry
0 %
Surprise
Surprise
0 %
0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
2 Comments
Most Voted
Newest Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Mthombeni
Mthombeni
1 year ago

You are nailing it Brother. Keep going

Previous post Behold The Office Spectacle At The National Arts Of Conundrums
Next post The Sins Of SABC and Ikwekwezi FM Against AmaNdebele
2
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x