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6 Responses to “KGOTLA DRESS CODE DENIES PEOPLE A CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR ELECTIONS”

  1. cheerful 2014/06/02

    Good Grieve why do they put the stations in place that stipulates a dress code??? Some one somewhre is not using their brain

  2. cheerful 2014/06/02

    or either this was done deliberately??

  3. cheerful 2014/06/03

    or either someone does not know what they are doing

  4. Tgirl 2014/06/04

    If that is the case, then that means polling stations should not be set up in KGOTLAS and CHURCHES so that people can be free to dress however they like.

  5. cheerful 2014/06/04

    If someone is using their brain there are ways to solve the issue?!

  6. Doris 2014/06/05

    Nna ke dumalana le Bogosi jwa Batawana. A go tlotliwe ngwao ya bone. Ke eng bone batho baba neng ba batla go ikwadisa basa tle ba apere sentle? Akere banna ko ditirong tsaga goromente gaba apare di shorts jaanong keeng ba batla go dira jalo ko Kgotleng? Bomme le bone ka ntlha ya go batla tekatekano gase batho baba batlang go utlwisisa. Tlotlang ngwao gore lo itse kolo tswang teng.

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