Hey Listen South Africans
I’m talking about TaTa Nelson Mandela
The real hero who fought for our freedom
I can hear the echo of his voice from that cold courtroom when he said, “Freedom is the idea, I want to live for and die for. There was silence, silence in court. He was sentenced to isolation in a small in court. He was sentenced to isolation in a small, hard labour was his daily bread they made him break rocks, thinking they were breaking his spirit.
Ha, Ha, Ha
Little that they know they were preparing him to be rebellious, rebellious of feeling qualities, oppression and discrimination and open prison doors. He opened his heart and forgave them, and now that my first black president for the greatest of all sacrifice himself.
And he did it just like a true boxer. You fought your way out from that court stage of the world. But had I wonder not before your sacrifice. Thank you, where would I be TaTa. You are my hero my inspiration and he made me proudly South Africans.
Free education, free scholar buses, free primary health care, free housing. Electricity and water. You see how beautiful am I. It’s a free grant. We thank our democracy and freedom.
Everyone has the right to education. Everyone has the right to use languages of their own choice. Everyone has the right to participate in the cultural life of their own choice. Everyone has the right to have health care services. Everyone has the right to have health care services. Everyone has the right to keep the environment protected. No one is born hating another person, because of the colour of his skin, or his backgrounder his religion people can be taught to love for love – comes more naturally to the human’s heart and that is opposite of hate.
Every child and women has the right to be protected from maltreatment.
Every child and women has the right to be protected from abuse or degradation.
Every child and women has the right to be protected from exploitative labour practices.
Every child and women has the right not to perform work that is inappropriate for that child’s age.
We are celebrating 25 years of democracy and freedom.