Hulisani Ravele Shares Emotions Over the State of Our Beloved Country, Things Are Not OK

Hulisani Ravele Shares Emotions Over the State of Our Beloved Country, Things Are Not OK

  • Hulisani Ravele is emotionally exhausted by all that the negativity that's currently going around our beautiful country
  • Taking to social media, Hulisani expressed how being a citizen of South Africa comes with a lot of worries these days
  • Peeps agreed with Hulisani, taking to the comment section of her post to express how scared they feel too

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Awesome radio and TV presenter Hulisani Ravele has been feeling like she’s carrying a ton of bricks on her back with all that's going on in Mzansi.

Hulisani Ravele, Mzansi, politics, elections
Hulisani Ravele is carrying around a lot of anxiety stemming from the state of our country, and she is exhausted. Image: @hulisaniravele
Source: Instagram

Taking to social media, Hulisani opened up, explaining how being a Mzansi citizen is just not nice any more. Every headline is filled with terror and the future just seems to get dimmer.

“There’s an exhausted anxiety I feel as a South African. Just feels like every day something is added to my woes as a citizen; my safety, planning my life & business around power cuts, racist spats, injustice & the list goes on. And no one is coming. It’s genuinely just a lot.”

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Hulisani posted:

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With elections coming up, Hulisani let people know that she will be making her mark and hopes that change is coming. Her heart is heavy.

Hulisani shared:

Lastly, Hulisani expressed her concerns regarding those who run and own the country. Innocent people are being played and things are getting worse by the minute.

Hulisani explained:

Seeing Hulisani’s post, fellow exhausted citizens took to the comment section to share their feels:

@loyisothevictor said:

“Anxiety. Depression. Stress. Frustration. Just some of the prevailing feelings that have aroused tension & agitation amongst many South Africans who realize leadership is failing & only they can shape the reality they want against the odds. But the odds are overwhelming.”

@carpo_sa said:

“The only good news we get nowadays is related to the lockdown levels and how our politicians are experts at humiliating themselves, their parties and their fellow countrymen.”

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@VeegVuyisile said:

@Cedumcimbi said:

Joburg ANC promises 150 000 jobs in 1st week: "Another empty election promise"

JOHANNESBURG - In view of the impending local government elections, the ANC has vowed to create 150 000 new jobs if they receive the backing of the city of Johannesburg on 1 November, reported Briefly News.

ActionSA Chairman Herman Mashaba dubbed it "another ANC corruption project".

During an interview with a well-known publication, ANC Regional Secretary Dada Morero stated that the party has vowed to generate 150 000 jobs on its first day in office while urging the people to trust the ANC to keep its promises.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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