The Earthquake

"It is with great sadness that the quake which affected almost the entire country, was not experienced in Nkandla"It is in times like this that one should start taking life seriously and appreciate the little that we have and the life that His Almighty and the Gods of Africa gave us.When I saw my desk top dancing it felt like I was watching those Harry Potter movies, something came into my mind that I should run away; to where I do not know. I am glad that there is no injuries that we have experienced.I hope that the government will establish a commission to investigate this matter. What could have been the main cause for this quake? I read that it is centred in North West,Orkney one of the mines in Vaal Reefs...
It can only be because of those many dry mines where our people get paid peanuts. One thing I know about mineral productions mines is that gold and platinum is not planted if its finished it finished. You cannot expect it to grow again.
Morgan Mboy Sekgobela 2014-08-06 11:59:38 AM
I did heard it when everywhere was vibrating,i think it was a notification from God that we should be aware that he's still alive.But think im not the victim nor my siblings too & my condolescenceses to those who have been affected.
Net Crunchie 2014-08-06 01:37:50 PM
Bruwer 2014-08-06 01:49:49 PM
Yes the thokolosie is coming , unless the anc stop their behaviour immediately
Jaco Wium 2014-08-06 02:14:42 PM
"It can only be because of those many dry mines where our people get paid peanuts." Mandla, please. Earthquakes (or, the shifting of tectonic plates) have always been present in the earth's crust. Long before people formed, and long before mines were dug. It really worries me that people in 2014, when so much information regarding geologic and scientific fields of study are available for free, that people still reach for the most imbecilic explanations for natural phenomena.
David Allcock 2014-08-06 02:31:11 PM
it has absolutly nothing whstso ever to do with mining....tectonic plate movement is a much larger scale event...a few little holes dug in the ground have absolutly no effect on the larger scheme of things...youare implying that miners wages have a relationship to earthquakes?....please ....
NormalCitizen 2014-08-07 10:27:09 AM
Actually natural resources do grow back. It takes a long time, say about 20 years... but it does. Have you never stopped and thought how gold / oil got there in the first place? lol