Pabi Moloi is sad that South Africans live in shacks in 2018

Pabi Moloi is sad that South Africans live in shacks in 2018

- Pabi Moloi posted a picture of shacks on Twitter

- She called it "a continued violence"

- She appeared to question why South Africans still live in shacks in 2018

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Popular TV and radio presenter Pabi Moloi has decried the fact that many South Africans still live in shacks in 2018.

Pabi posted a photo of shacks on her Twitter account on 5 June, Briefly.co.za learned. She accompanied it with the caption:

This is how my people live. A continued violence. 2018.

It's unclear where Pabi took the photo. However, many of her followers agreed with her that it is indeed unacceptable after 24 years of freedom.

It also sparked debate on why the situation is like this and what could be done to address it. See some of the reactions below.

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Some felt that democracy has sold South Africans dreams.

Some called for urgent action and pinned the blame on the government.

However, others said other factors are to blame because the government has built RDP houses.

Pabi's photo represents what many South Africans go through.

Briefly.co.za recently reported how a family's poor living conditions in Hammanskraal, Pretoria, is breaking the hearts of many.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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