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  • TheGuy posted an update 3 weeks, 1 day ago

    @bruceoxini Hey Bruce what do you think about Herman resigning

  • TheGuy posted an update 3 weeks, 1 day ago

    @sarkar what do you think about Herman Mashaba resigning

  • MshiniWami and Profile picture of PhantomPhantom are now friends 1 month ago

  • TheGuy posted an update in the group Group logo of At the Crossroads with Kaya FMAt the Crossroads with Kaya FM 1 month ago

    How important is it to have educated leadership?

  • TheGuy posted an update 1 month ago

    The DA is in trouble, but Herman is doing a great job. Forget Zille, Herman should lead the DA

  • Dingaan posted an update 1 month ago

    ufo’s being declassified

  • Thirdeye posted an update 2 months ago

    How often should one consider cyber-security and third party access to personal information? In the new digital age, even our biometric data, in the form of pictures for facial recognition, is available with one click of a button. You can tell a stranger your first name, and they can access many platforms with information within one day, such as…[Read more]

    • There is a price to pay for the privilege of being connected, he who is connected can be easily found. And unfortunately, no system can ever promise to be safe simply because computers can not tell who is the god guy or the bad guy. And so every door the “good guys” use is just another door for the “bad guys”. So we wont have complete safety, but…

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    • To be pragmatic about it, I dont upload anything personal online. Absolutely nothing, people will always have access to what I buy or do so i just try make.it as minimal as possible. I dont engage with any ads online because it just makes me a target. I use VPN on sites I dont trust, i have a dummy cellphone number and email address for possible…

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  • Thirdeye posted an update 2 months, 1 week ago

    South Africa has been in a state of terror, panic, anger, disappointment and shock this past week. These are sensitive times. Once we remove the “shock factor” followed by the accused rapists, and we purge the notion of what a rapist looks like, where they live or their social status; we will understand that all men are capable of this abominable…[Read more]

    • Interesting. How feasible do you think this is considering the costs of those psychiatric services?
        • Anything can be attained if the determination is strong enough. In the broader sense, it may seem as if it is not feasible, but people will say it is not possible until someone does it. We may want to consider it being part of the formal training of an educator or develope a new institution that trains psychologists specifically for social…

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      • I hear I hear you. I think it sounds more feasible to have it incorporated into some education system as you’ve mentioned. Those systems are already in poor state, so perhaps this could be an external government agency with minimal operating staff, run like a business and the psychologists can be employed as contract workers who visit schools and…

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    • Thirdeye posted an update 2 months, 1 week ago

      People, particularly the youth, mostly act on trend or hype. South Africa has been “burning” for many years. Since before the era of Zuma. Yet, only after Nene is raped and killed women feel scared and post #amInext. I have been scared my whole life, everyday there is a new story of femicide in the news. However, they never trended, therefore no…[Read more]

    • Thirdeye posted an update 2 months, 1 week ago

      People, particularly the youth, mostly act on trend or hype. South Africa has been “burning” for many years. Since before the era of Mandela. Yet, only after Nene is raped and killed women feel scared and post #amInext. I have been scared my whole life, everyday there is a new story of femicide in the news. However, they never trended, therefore…[Read more]

      • Okay, let’s start with you who has observed such a discrepancy. What do you propose as a solution to this mess of a problem?
        • I will rate your comment with ONE starr until you become the change you desire to see based on the comment you’ve made. Which is to say, until you come up with a solution now that you have identified a problem
            • I find this very interesting, the fact that some humans feel the need to attack at every given opportunity. An opinion is merely an opinion, and your one star does not define or impact my life or my character. Regardless of what I reply to you on this forum, you will never be aware of the depth of my impact on society. There is so much weakness…

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          • What an interesting exchange, but just to try bring the focus back to your initial post. I’ve noticed that the trends have silenced and the conversations have died. This is unfortunate, perhaps social media has the capacity to reduce the importance/reverence for serious discussions. And the focus really is about who an say something with the most likes.
          • FreeWorld and Profile picture of TheGuyTheGuy are now friends 2 months, 2 weeks ago

          • A society of work and reward is dangerous, but equally so is one that doesnt reward personal initiative

            • And so what do you suggest?
                • There is no simple answer to that. Both extremes are equally dangerous. Capitalism/meritocracy just translates human failure to themselves and discounts any other justifiable factor. The other extreme seeks to make life fair and in turn produces a society in capable, entitled and horribly calibrated to deal with the tragedies of life
                  • In cultures and countries across the world, there is a central idea of reward, or achieving reward as a consequence of being successful. And these cultures have thrived throughout time and so we should adopt this method of valuation. You are only as important as the results you can achieve
                  • The answer may vary but it is far more suitable for South Africa to take a capitalist stance because we need to encourage a culture of rewarding hard work. Those who fall behind will get government grant
                  • Theres no such thing as male privilege, I dont see it

                  • TheGuy posted an update 3 months ago

                    We should be weary of solutions, some challenges can not have solutions because those very solutions create the perpetual existence of those challenges.

                  • Blackness posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago

                    the interview was fine but my trip was bad I was robbed in Soweto

                  • TheGuy posted an update in the group Group logo of Progress FrownProgress Frown 3 months, 1 week ago

                    Is society emasculating men in the “holy” name of Feminism?

                  • There is a 1,4% increase in terms of the unemployment rate in SA, leading to an overall of 29,0% in Q2. Each time an individual is unemployed, at least 5 – 12 lives are affected. Do you think that South Africa can improve these unemployment rates? If so, how?

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