Simphiwe Dana shares concern about SA leaders using authoritative tone
Simphiwe Dana took to her Twitter to share her concern on how SA leaders have been talking for weeks on the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown restrictions.
This is coming after Julius Malema’s fiery address to the nation on Thursday.
According to her, they have using an “authoritative tone” which may be the early stage of a dictatorship.
“I’m getting increasingly concerned with the authoritarian tone our leaders are taking with us. And the authoritarian ways they’re adopting. These are the early signs of a dictatorship. I’m saying this because we pride ourselves in the way SA governs,” she tweeted.
Simphiwe also mentioned she’s worried that it will get to a stage, people will not be able to disagree with the leaders.
“I worry that soon we won’t be able to disagree with our leadership without men with big guns showing up on our doorsteps and our own people cheering them on. I hope to God I’m wrong. This pandemic is exposing a lot of ish.”
See tweet below:
Yes, also Malema’s address last night. Bheki Cele telling us to go sleep at 9pm or else. We are not children
— #BamakoIsHere (@simphiwedana) January 15, 2021
Or we could just arrest criminals
— #BamakoIsHere (@simphiwedana) January 14, 2021
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