my brother in the capital of south africa, you made a very passionate (factual) situational description of the most atrocious crimes commited in johannesberg. Many times i wanted to go back to India. personal reasons and destiny kept me in UK. i never enjoyed life, gave my best of what i learnt in my profession to help fellow humans especially with greater needs- homeless, detainees in prison and police station; worked with people with addiction, which opened my eyes. My heart bleeds when people are slaughterd and tortured wherever in the world. I read the story of Gandhi, in south africa where he was ill-treated in his early years of Barrister Life and his 'non-violent' movement was his turning point which changed History. Nelson Mandela showed compassion to integrate the great country as a rainbow nation. My family lived in Durban and visited almost all the areas. I am going to listen to them. I believe in Destiny; i am not saying this to prove anything. if destiny leads me to serve in SA i am prepared for it. just think for a minute brother, what will be the fate of SA if Nelson Mandela decided to behave in the way of Robert Mughabe. you will not be able write this column. best wishes brother.

Rajveetee (talk)20:40, 21 July 2011

MANY people all over the world think that mandela is a god and treat him like one. Well, I have news for them, the day he dies they will discover that he is not a god but was an ANC terrorist leader that killed thousands. Most of the SA people want the death penalty back, even those that opposed it in the past. Murderers here (IF they get caught) get a slap on the wrist and they commit the same crime again and again. Most of our jails are full of criminals but then they get parole or set free because it is the president's birthday and they murder again. Come to SA at your own peril, we are on the same way as Zimbabwe only much faster. (talk) 23:19, 21 July 2011 (UTC) (talk)23:19, 21 July 2011

I am confident that mandela will agree even now, that he is not God. There is Democracy is South Africa. Democracy is about disagreement. People have freedom to express their own feeling and use different ways to change the society. Desmond Tutu cried at hearings of Aparthied enquiry'-Human atrocities. Do you say it is 'Crocodile tears'? You have the right to change the society. The Police Chief in Johannesberg mentioned that London (especially some areas like Brixton) is more dangerous than cities in SA. I work in London. Good luck to your wishes to take your Society in the direction you wish.

Rajveetee (talk)09:29, 23 July 2011