Tina Joemet-Pettersson would have made a much better SA Air Force colonel than Ruth Ndayi.
For one thing, had the fisheries minister been a colonel, she would definitely not have worn pink slippers to go shopping during her lunch break, which is what Lieutenant-Colonel Ndayi did in Pretoria a couple of weeks ago.
Hey, police are trained to catch crooks, not worry about petty details like money.
So how can they they be expected to understand budgets and how much things like a tin of Mr Min furniture polish costs? The fact that they paid R70 for it, when they could have got it for R15 in a supermarket, is somebody else’s fault, not theirs. Besides, it wasn’t their money in the first place.
Simple okes like myself married to only one wife (or only one wife at a time) cannot help wondering how a busy man like the president attends to his various wives’ conjugal needs.
Does he keep a roster, and see them on a rotational basis? Or does he have favourites whom he invites back to his bedroom after the first four days of each week have been allocated to his four wives in turn?