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Welcome to Footprints USA Investments, located in


United States...

Footprints USA Investments is owned 26% by Footprints

Filmworks and has been

in operation since 2010, with the assumption of 'taking-over,'

the chatting community

of The United States...Since inception, our Managing Director

has prolonged with investors

to bargain deals into the company that SHOWCASE the

company brand internationally...

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Footprints USA Investments started with eight employee's with

very little capital, and has

today managed

a 3% market share of the chatting community in The United States,

and our plans are to 'capture-'n-seize,'

the market by a minimum of 10% by 2016...


It's a simple concept, Footprints USA Investments as the company has

invested into Footprints Fuzz Forums, Footprints in Philadelphia,

Footprints in Los Angel es, Footprints in Texas and the

up coming

award winning presidential film-"My Father, The President."

If you were to read the icon "My Father, The President,"

it would

provide an insight into the fictional film, that encapsulates

the future

of The American dream, since President George Washington...

It's as simple as A, B, C, as Footprints Fuzz Forums is a free


forum that can be installed into your personal website without

any hassle.

The way the company generates an income from

Footprints Fuzz Forums,

is by our advertisers who ADVERTISE on our forums for

a minimum of

$8 dollars, per month, per website...It's simple, It's quick,

It's Footprints...!

Shares are hereby offered at $1000 dollars per share in

Footprints Fuzz Forums,

or the investor may choose to ADVERTISE his/her company

brand for a minimum

of $8 dollars per community forum, or the investor may

choose to purchase

whole shares into Footprints USA INVESTMENTS @

$5000 each, from an

allocated 10 000 shares on offer, from which 39%

has already been sold.


Each FOOTPRINTS series; Footprints in Philadelphia, Footprints in Texas and other

upcoming initiatives

by Footprints USA Investments is sold on a blanket basis to the largest investor with

bids starting

at $100 000 per documentary that encapsulates the city life of the community, the friends

and folk of the city, beautiful landscapes and inspiring interviews with millionaires, billionaires,

community leaders and You&I...Each documentary operates on it's own, and normally goes

BUST after two years of production...Our asking price is a minimum of $100 000 dollars,

excluding take on fees, as the company sponsors the entire project, as part of

our leadership program in The United States...

The company that pays the $100 000

dollars over a period of three months, advertisers his

business as the leading business

in that community and serves as an adviser to the

production team...Each film that

is paid for by the company brand, does not necessary

form part of an investor, unless

stated otherwise...


Our managerial team is led by Uncles, Aunties, Brothers and Sisters who have all supported

us towards the building of the company label, and we are still in requirement of web designers,

businessmen, actors, actresses, reporters and other key staff to support the hierarchy of

growth...Current Managing Director of Footprints USA Investments,

Mr. Michael Grobler

says that when share holder Mr. Omar Abdulla had visited

The United States in 2009,

his dream was to launch Footprints USA Investments,

presenting an opportunity

to everyday residents who choose to post their advice

to the public, businesses

who choose to see their business on screen, and other

socialites who saw

the opportunity for cost efficient media advertising...

Whether you are a small-medium business operating in

The United States,

or a personality that wants to showcase her talent in

our documentaries,

kindly move towards the Contact US button on

this forum and we

will gladly assist you.

NB: As an added bonus to American residents,

we may create/build

your website over the telephone within thirty

minutes of calling us

with an initial website premium of ONLY $500 dollars

for 5 pages.

Call us today to build your company, personal or

family website

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"My Father, The President..."

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'My Father, The President,'
Chapter One

This is my true love story with falling in love with 

The PrinCe of my Dreams...'

Omar Abdulla....

Since it was the year 2025 we had worked on several trend

s and learn't from our folks

the importance of yesterday, the meaning of tomorrow

and the risk of the future...

I am a South African white woman who wrote

this story more than

five years ago with

the support and guidance of my friends, my community,

'my dreams,' and my ambitions...

I am able to tell the story that would perhaps leave

'shadows-of- passion,'

in ones heart, ones mind, ones body and ones spirit...

I heard stories about Abdulla long before he

became President of South Africa


since we have had endless-moments discussing

his past, his present

and his future I have learn't that

he has always stood with the teachings of his father...

His father who turns 81 this Summer says that his son

had worked 'hard-n-smart,' to achieve his

dreams from his father...

Abdulla who has worked to

become one of the nations 'Superstars,' has become a

well-known celebrity in South Africa and internationally...

My story of meeting and falling -in- love with Omar's

tarts in early 2010 where he


with me at a local community bazaar...

At that stage when we met he had just completed

his Bcom in Risk Management

and was studying the importance of

leaders who left a 'successful footprint,' in society...

I am from a middle-upper class family whilst Omar is from

the community of Durban

where he grew up...After him completing with his degree

at the University of Westville

his family traveled to a nearby Gauteng community-Laudium...

My name is Alison Kells and this is my true story with

falling -in- love

with a guy whom

perhaps knew what the future held for both of us...

When he first traveled from Natal to Pretoria he had dreams

to pursue by working for the Johannesburg Stock Exchange...

Alison: Perhaps the day will come when I see thee in the


who follow me in my sleep..

Omar: Good Morrow Alison, What's cooking

good looking...?


This was the first Saturday that I had met with Omar at a local

community bazaar...He wore

an olive coat, and a mustache, with long sideburns,

and the weather was

gloomy and glum...

At that time Omar was not this power-hungry personality

because I suppose he had the

backing of the entire country with his

associations in the media, banking,

finance and insurance fields...What attracted me to

Omar was not his sense of humor-it was his

'touch of class,'

that perhaps had even me bedazzled and dazed...Whilst the

community of

South Africa might value this written assignment by me,

I am still doing my best to showcase his talent to

the best of my ability...

My ability

has always been to woo Omar to the best of my gall...

You see, as a White woman I have become

accustomed to

people who learn from their fathers...

My first glimpse of Omar was when I peeked

from an angle to see what he was doing...

I learn't from Omar, from the first experience that family

was the key to success

towards ones mind, ones body, ones heart and ones spirit....

Then after pondering and wondering who is this Inspector

who walked with a cane,

he seemed young, after my second glance...

I grew up in Gauteng in the community of South Africa

where the country is

probably run by business sharks who 'think they know it all...'

I've always read American media about the girl who falls

in love with

PrinCe Charming,

but to me the risk of running for the South African

presidency prompted me to

'focus my attention,' on this guy whom I saw long before

the world knew about him...

I then noticed from a far glance, that he was at

the bazaar,

and his hairstyle seemed bizarre,

quite frankly, in Spikez...

.When Omar and I finally fell in love he always said that

his greatest teaching

was from the teachers who taught him the importance of

'doubling ones risk,' on the o p p o r t u n i t y of tomorrow...

I was 18 years old when I met with Omar in 2010, that frosty,

  dearyafternoon, where

I thought the sun would never come out...

He was 26, a mere e i g h t years older than me...

I've always admired a person who stood tall based on his

own achievements

and not of those who stood on other people's shoulders...

I was quite a dreamer myself before I met Omar,

and perhaps I was saving

myself for a person who could 'win my heart,'

quickly- with the utmost of class, elegance,

finesse and love...His w o r d s will always leave

a f o o t p r i n t in my heart

when I often read stories about him in the local

newspaper and related websites...

Sometimes I sit at night thinking how I supported and loved Omar

for him to be

where he is today...I guess in the year 2010, I was mixed

up as to what I wanted

and chose this dude who taught me that with

s i m p l e words he could stem my heart into something

'out of this world...'

When films were released about Omar Abdulla

regarding his media profile

I started to get attracted to this guy who actually

had 'spunk&funk,'

even on and off the camera... Although Omar was

somewhat playful in his

manner, he had always achieved beyond his potential...

At that time he was working with the South African

Stock Exchange

with business mergers and international companies...

I knew that if Omar, could just see me once he would be

attracted to me because firstly

I was a young white female and secondly I knew

that Omar had taste in style

when it comes to women....

At the third glance, I knew I was in love with him,

with his wavy hair and unbrushed

eyebrows...I had heard 'town-talk,' about him,

and what was said in actual fact,

were two total different perceptions...In the articles I read

about him, he always seemed

to have it all, that red Ferrari, that funky perfume,

or that Ray Ban Sunglasses...

But over time,

I learnt that he is a really shy guy with no sense in letting

a woman be herself...

Although I have heard that he dated bombshells

as girlfriends

he had never dated a white-woman who 'could-n-would,'

compete his aggressive

and prowling personality....

The second time I met with Omar was when he called

me from his office stating

that he wanted to meet me on the basis of creating a

'community leadership project,' for the local community....

Omar: Hi Gorgeous, we enjoyed a good conversation at the local bazaar,

I was pondering,

if you could drop by the office later on...

Alison: I will be available for two hours but you will have to hurry

as I have meetings

booked up the entire week...You have have to come

to my crib...

Omar: My, My aren't we being folly today...

I enjoyed to meet my people who showed interest

in my business...

Although when I met with Omar I was 18, I

still had a matric

examination behind my name...

I remember it was April 2010 when he called me to

discuss a business proposition

he had with me....I remember at that time I was

seeking employment in the

local community as anything, as long as I could

work for someone

and add value to some-one's business....

So when we met on that treasured

Sunday Evening, the door-bell rang....

I knew it was him, so I sprayed on a little extra of my

favorite perfume....DKNY.....

When I opened the door, he looking dashing in

a black tuxedo and red bow-tie...

Alison: I waited for you, the entire day....How are you doing...??

Did you receive my job CV for the job

opportunity at your firm....

Omar: Yes, I did, I have read some of your

achievements and think that

you have such a long way to go...

Perhaps we could discuss

what features of yours you would like to

work towards to further enhance your career...

I wanted to tell him, I wanted to be everything,

and yet my words was like silence...My

heart was pounding and the throb in my

throat was perky...

Alison: I have been so confused as to what I

want in the future....

I am only 18 years old and I feel that my

parents have given me so much...

Sometimes I think that they have over-invested

in their daughter...

They say that daughters

are the father's roses and the thorns remain the sons...

Omar: (Laughs)- Well, someday you will thank me

for coming to visit you today...

I know that you have worked towards your dreams

Alison, yet I feel that I can help

'bring you up,' if you join our business

enterprise in this week...

Not to sound 'too happy,' I tried to play it safe

by asking him what

basic requirements I should adhere to including

salary packages

and the opportunity for 'outstanding work...'

I remember when I met him on that Sunday Evening, he

looked more handsome

than the first time I seen him...His rosy cheeks,

his powder smelling body, and his

kissable lips all looked too proper that this was

a business meeting...

I remember one of his friends told me that

Omar is like a f r e a k who gets hotter

and hotter 'each day...' She had pined over him,

and never won his heart, because

sometimes lovers choose not to allow

others in their sparkle...

We kept on speaking and talking

about his businesses,

but somehow I felt that his business-talk

was a ploy to try one of his tricks...

I have heard that Abdulla always had a way

in which he sways his women...

Although I was only 18 at that time,

I always dream't of meeting a guy who

really worked with the way he thinks....

In those days I was the type of girl

who sat at home, waiting for people to

approach me and use their energy

to create new talent...

Abdulla said that he was working on becoming

the President of South Africa

and was planning to launch 'leadership speeches,'


throughout the community

within the year that required my support, guidance, love

and ambition to work on his time....

I figured that I had nothing to loose and not to mention

that I kinda liked this guy...

Before he left my home, he asked me to

take a walk with him to

the carpark where he parked his vehicle....

Alison: My papa taught me to have respect

for the gentlemen I meet for business

and pleasure and I am asking you if you had one wish

what would you wish for....

Omar: If I had one wish, I would wish for a thousand more...

Alison: And, whats your perception on love...?

Omar: Well, I have been in love before, so I would not

truly, madly, deeply,

know the meaning of love...I have decided to think about your

job opportunity and will call you later tomorrow...

I have never really looked at an Indian male with so

much lust, magic,

happiness and style in my heart...

Many nights I would l a y awake and write letters

to Omar, that I would store

under my pillow...He never read one of them...

I felt peltered that I could not drown him with my love, and the

way I was...Although we were working together, I

always watched his sales ratio's

and how well he was selling...To me, if I see someone

win, I win, whilst Omar was

the type of guy that wanted it all...

He never settled for second best, and always looked

at the tops of our company...

This was the time in my life where I did not know

what to do as towards the future

of what Omar and I dream't about...

Over the next few months we continued to chat and

speak about what people in South Africa

that would like to see as a 'changing mechanism,'

that could heal the wounds of the past....

I remember one evening he said that the past of

South African's was not

as bad as foreign leaders had said....I

was quickly learning from Omar because of his

speed and coping mechanisms

within the 'uBuntu of South Africa...'

During the Winter of October 2010, Omar was

being sought-off

selfish towards

his ideas because he was constantly being pulled apart by

his friends who complained

about his lack-of-passion on days that Sabbath leaders in

Polokwane will remember....

It was almost a year that Omar and I had since met

and I was starting to feel

as though that I could not push him too hard or too

fast because I loved him so much,

more than perhaps his own family will dare...

Alison: So Omar, perhaps we should consider marriage

since we have been dating for the last one year with

you being all

'quirky with me,' in these months.....

Omar: You know Alison, Marriage is something our

g r a n d p a r e n t s prepare for us...

We have to remember and consider our teachings

from our forefathers to understand

what they want for us...In the olden days, we could

not just say we want

to marry someone and it happens....

Falling in love with a person is one thing and one

should consider

the other spectrum of the rainbow....

I remember thinking that I loved Omar so much, and he

did not care, or want to listen...

My blood was boiling, but all the time I showed my

love towards him, he pushed me away...

I remember writing in my journal that evening returning

from the local Spur

restaurant in Johannesburg stating what he said....

I remember at an early age of 26 in that October 2011

Omar seemed

to have it all including the materialistic possessions

of life including

me, me, me and me......!

Well, not to sound too loving to him, he did have i

t all to me....

Here was a guy that every person in the

Gauteng Area of South Africa believed in

and all he could do was talk about the

'holy grail of his father.....'

His father Mr. Akber Abdulla bought his son

a Ferrari at age 25 where he


that his son will reap billions of rands for investors

on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange...Mr. Akber Abdulla

did not care much about me as Alison because he

perhaps left his

son Omar in my 'safe hands...'

That stormy Friday afternoon in October 2011, I had

given up on old Omar as

my guy of my heart and passions, and had promised

myself that I would never

associate with him again, and would leave work

immediately...I lay on my

bunker bed, and I had heard the door-bell ring...

It was rainy and cold, and he seemed wet by the rain,

and was dripping

all over...

"Come in, Come in..." I startled...

"It is very cold, and I thought that before I go to rest,

I have this envelope

that requires your signature, please sign it, then I

will be merry..." he croaked...

Alison: Have a cup of tea, dearry one, it's still raining,

and I doubt, you will

be able to walk out off here, without drying yourself...

Omar: Oh well, I might as well dry myself and have a

cup of brew, I must

be off though...

As they say the rest is history...

The Year 2011 'Will Always,' be remembered by me,

because Omar Abdulla

and I wed in October 2011, where we settled in one of

the biggest homes in South Africa....

It was too quickly for me to record every moment

Omar and I shared

and thus the creation of this book

on behalf of my Omar and I....

'My Father, The President....'

Barack Obama will perhaps be remembered

as the American President

who became 'famous and popular,' within months of

releasing his book...

'Dreams from my Father....'

Omar has always aspired towards President Barack Obama,

because Omar had followed

the teachings of George Washington when he

traveled to The United States in 2004...

When Omar and I married in October 2011, i was tuned

into the everyday lifestyle of an Indian....

I am a white-female and to me marrying an Indian male

seemed 'new to the both of us....'

In early 2012, Omar and I decided that it was time

to put his 'presidential dreams,'

into action by launching speeches and talk

shows in Gauteng....

At that time, Omar was relatively new to politics

and as a businessman he

could use his 'twin power,' to win friends in Parliament....

I remember our love life as being vivid because many days


would work

on his computer without any luck...He would hush me up

for minor things, and

some days he would throw rose petals on the bed,

and make love in the bedroom,

in the shower and sometimes in the pool...

We had been married only two years with the birth

of our first daughter Sakeena...

Sakeena was borne on the day that Omar and I celebrated

our two year anniversary...

I was only twenty-one years old and here I was with

a new-born child

and my Omar to take care off...In 2012,

Sakeena grew up fast with 'magic- moments,'

that the local community

newspaper shared...I remember Omar

sitting in the nursary 'singing and humming,'

to his little one...

For me, it was more about the children than the

growth of Omar's dreams

because I knew if I followed his heart and mind

I would always realize his 'future dreams....'

Sakeena was the apple of our eyes, and Omar had

often played puzzles with her,

and kept aloof during his concentration pathways...

I had loved Omar, after these

years and always felt that he never loved me,

or did not want to show too much...

Alison: Omar, do you think that one day our

children will love us the way

we love our own parents...?

Omar: Well Alison, If my children love me half

as much as I love my parents

I will be happy....

Alison: If you were to compare your growing- up

to the growing-up that you went through what

would you say love...?

Omar: Hmmm...I think and ponder sometimes

that my childhood

was very much normal...My father was

always my backbone and my mum was my 'greatest seller....'

Alison: We are living alone in this big home

and we have always

had guests comparing their lifestlye to ours,

do you think that

my love for you shows within these walls...

I mean Omar-Who would ever get to know the


we share between

these veils of walls...

Omar: Haha....Please switch off the lights I have a long

day tomorrow baby....

It was then that I realized that although I thought

of myself

as alone as a human being that being brought-up

by my

parents was 'my world...'

I guess living with O m a r changed my perception to

'open my telescope view towards the future....'

2012 for South African's was a challenge with the

National Olympic Games,

The Vodacom Super Cup, The Footprints Champions


The KFC Football Cup,

The Tiger Woods Golf Trophy, The Formulae 1 throne,

The Boxing Saga and the Gun stun July...

Omar Abdulla and I always made it a point to attend

to all national affairs

as he was grooming himself towards leading

South Africa at the helm...

Many moments stuck out in our relationship in 2012

because we toured Cape Town,

George, Durban and many Oceanic communities

that showed interest in

the businesses that we were promoting....

Sakeena was growing up as a normal child

would grow with her taking

her first steps on her first birthday...I remember

Omar and I had a special birthday party for her with her

  favorite cartoon character 'Mickey Mouse....'

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'My Father, The President,'
Chapter Two

Since I was borne in 1992 as Alison Kells I have

remembered the teachings from my parents and

today the 7 December 2013

I can safely say 'Thank You...' Growing up my

Sakeena has

always been a dream of Omar

and mine's since we wed in October 2011...

Our life was somewhat perplexed in 2013, as

Omar had signed

a multi-million rand

deal with media companies, and cheeked to shelter his

throbbing ambition

whilst by employed

by the company...At times, he would be left alone,

dreaming and pondering

where his past had cheeped up to see him...


He had fond memories of being a star,

and as an Indian, Indians were regarded as

third grade quality,

as compared to blacks

or whites...He never thought that one day

he will be a

power-figure in our country, that

no-one cared to compare...

I found myself pregnant again with my second child-Akber...

Omar has said that his first son be named after his father Akber...

2012, and 2013 were breeze years for 'The Abdulla family,'

as their

children were growing with the teachings of

the Almighty...

Although I am borne Christian my Muslim

name is XXXXXX...

I remember crying to myself when I tucked Sakeena

in bed that night praying

that her brother Akber loves her the way her parents

Omar and Alison loves her...

Being a mother has it's toll on you...Someday's

you are not in the mood, someday's

you just want to consume nature's nectar, someday's

you want to dream, and someday's

you just wanna lay in bed spanking your husband...

'Oh Lord, please forgive me for the sins that I have committed...'

'Oh Lord, I pray that my daughter grows up to be bigger than

her parents wishes for her...'

'Oh Lord, I pray that you be the 'sound, touch, taste and love,'

in my words

when growing my little one's up...'

'Oh Lord, my Akber is being borne in November, please

let him be borne

with the success of his father and the love of his mother...'




'Oh Lord, I pray that my husband stop being so 'naughty-by nature,'

with me

and concentrate on his 'presidential dreams....'

'Oh Lord, I pray that every wish I think be created in reality...'

'Oh Lord, I pray to be humble in my thinking, and

be positive in my approach...'

'Oh Lord, I pray for our homeless, I pray for our

sick, I pray for our orphans,

I pray for the people who don't have food or shelter,

I pray for the patient who

is dying, and I pray that all children have homes...'

That was my prayer that evening and within the next

few weeks I worked

as hard as I can to prepare Omar for concerts in

all national cities...

Although Omar, was not a performer, as he preferred

his office desk and technical

directors by his side, I always knew that when he

steps on the podium of success,

fans will chant his name from pillar to post...

In 2013, Omar was being interviewed and

advertised on almost all forms

of media and all I could do was pray, pray, pray

and pray for his today.....

In February 2012, I had joined several organizations

and leadership programs

to prepare what the future would hold for both of us...

One thing I loved about Omar was the fact

that he 'always,'

supported what I did..

At that time I wanted to discover about life, I

attended as many

motivational and speech programs for him because

I k n e w one day he would

shine beyond the millions of headlines about him...

In 2013, Omar had become this Mega-Superstar

to local American's and

many community leaders had his name

on their lips...

Many of the headlines read;

'Abdulla 'tops,' World Number One,'

Is Abdulla ready to tackle the SA presidency?

'Abdulla 'eyes,' rate drops,'

Although all the headlines and his constant payment

by the company he

was employed by, were thrilling for our family,

Omar would often sit by the fireplace

with his glass of whiskey, and burn the articles

saying that when it happens, it really


In 2013 Omar and I were perhaps at the peak of our

love interest or so I thought...

We could often snuggle up and watch the sun rise,

some days we would

sit watching films and some days we would sought

ourselves out by

'playing childish games,' with each other...

My mother Zustermina had taught me

that Indians have a certain way that they do things and follow

that trend their entire lives...

Sure enough, Omar had loved me for my

**** legs and

'boombastic personality,' but I wanted to know

more about this guy that

was the father of my children...

Could he be the guy that I could remain faithful and

married to for fifty years as I originally dreamed when

playing with

Cinderella and 'The PrinCe...'

Many stories were perhaps untold towards the last two years

since we got married in 2011...

I will always remember the 'mystery gifts,' that I often

received from Omar...

In 2012, before the national elections, Omar had

visited his

home community-Laudium to meet with members

of the community who

were routing for his South African presidency...

Although boyish in his ways and personality, his

height was nothing to

the size of his ego...He always knew how he

wanted a thing done, to the

exact detail, he planned with a exact authority,

he thought with charisma, and

behaved liked he owned a fleet of knight horses...

Whilst Omar was abroad I took the time to teach

Sakeena the importance of

what a mother is...

We would often attend 'Mother and Daughter,'

contests that enabled

her a better future when she grows up...

I learn't from my own mother Zustermina, who

always sounded

like church bells on a Sunday morning, but to me

it was her melody

for us to behave well, treat others with style

and appreciation and always

remember that love is the sacred potion to life...

Omar's family had stood with me, whilst he was away,

and I always knew

that he would return in a couple of months...

He had traveled to London in 2012, because he

wanted to discover

'new trends,' that could aid everyday

South African's...

Omar had learnt in London, that the world is not too friendly,

when you

alone and you are in a foreign location...Although he

was greeted by

waving kisses and t-shirt slogans about him, this did

not bother me,

as I knew where his nesting place was-in

my heart...

When Omar, returned from The United Kingdom,

and Akber was borne, it was time that things got hectic

for the both of us...

Sure enough, we had just celebrated our three year

anniversary and something

deep-down inside of me wanted more...

Although many of the story books that I read at

University and to

my children were driven with the fact that one

-day I could

escort my children to the best of schools and universities...

The Footprints Filmworks Foundation a baby company

created by Omar Abdulla,

in his youth had just launched merger deals

with company's listed on

the stock exchanges for a total of

R888 million rand in that year...

One evening, Omar had shared some interesting

information to me...

Omar: Alison, I feel as though we are doing

our best towards

the future of ourselves today, and I somehow

feel that the original dreams

that we had since we got married are


Alison: Omar, I have been warning you to stop

working so hard...

I have often sent messages to you to not

work too hard

especially when your energy is 'as high as a kite...'

Omar: I am feeling that my father's dreams are

slowly being realized

and the friends that I have worked towards are

all happy with the returns

that I have provided for them...I have lost the youth that

I once had and want so much more...

I was thinking that our morning jog should be increased

from 30 minutes to 45 minutes...

Alison: Omar, I know that you have so much

to be proud about and yet I

sometimes realize that your dreams are too much for me...

Our children are still 'young at heart,' and you only

turning 30 this October...

Omar: My father has become older with the passage

of time

and I feel that everytime I am with him, I either

get 'smacked and kicked,'

or 'loved and appreciated...'

My confidence levels are beaming to say the least,

yet I have discovered that our emotions are mixed...

Alison: Baby, we have had so many memories in these

l a s t three years,

and I have never done anything to harm or destroy

your reputation...

I feel that the people that we learn from should be


otherwise there won't be

trust for the future...

Omar: Hmmm...What do you mean our friends should

have trust towards us...

All we have done for the people who have come across us,

is helped them...

We can't do more.....I am starting to feel as

though it's more

about your friends than us...

Alison: Well, my dearest Omar...We were brought up

differently and sometimes

I like to feel appreciated by other people and

not only you...

You have this 'pie in the sky,' dream that

one day you will run

South Africa and become President of

South Africa...

What about me huh?

Don't you think that I hide my feelings and thoughts

to you-towards how I truly feel...?

Omar: Oh Alison, stop being such a baby....

We have done well, in the l a s t three years

and we will always be bedazzled by the people

we meet...

As you said, our children are still 'young at heart,'

and our relationship

should not always be about them....

It was then that I realized that as a White-female I perhaps

had to become better

tuned into the 'whole vibe,' of an Indian marriage...

As South African's marriage is a topic that every

household experiences...

Sometimes we fall in love with the people

whom we love,

sometimes the love is ever-lasting,

sometimes the love is brief

and sometimes love is forever...

I guess with Omar, it seemed that the road to

our love had just started and

I could not wait for the next moment...

In 2012, and 2013 I had discovered a

'whole new me,' towards the learning

about media and how people perceive themselves

as 'dreams of the community...'

I had undertaken a project to learn from well-known

people the importance of risk,

investment, community leadership, business

relationships, visualizion, motivation,

'The VIP,' and many inter-personal skills that

helped mature my love towards Omar...

Omar had opened The Footprints Schools

and The Footprints Universities with the

first opening held earlier this month...

I always knew that Omar loved to learn and hated

to teach...He would often say that because he felt

that teaching was repetition of knowledge,

whilsh learning was the discovery of knowledge...

Being a wife of a well-known businessman and future

President of South Africa,

has it's up's and down's...


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We were never short of anything in the house and

our children were perhaps

more spoilt then how Omar and I grew up...

The bedroom life was 'fantastic,' but I knew that

we could discover so much more,

if he allowed me the opportunity to 'drive his balls...'

Footprints Filmworks in 2012 had been ranked as the

f a s t e s t growing business

in South Africa with turnover exceeding

two hundred-million rand...

To me- it was never about the money, because

my parents had taught me

'survival skills,' to discover the eclipse of life...

Omar had chosen to list his business Footprints Filmworks

on the local SA stock market

although we were living on a remote castle in


as he believed in the 'hearty appeal,' of heritage...

Here I was with two children at 23, and all that I could

do that Saturday afternoon

was pour a glass of ice-tea for Omar and to discuss

his ideas about

what our relationship had become....

Alison: Omar, if you could change the past of the

last 29 years of your life,

what would you change or what would

you improve in your everyday lifestyle...?

At first there was silence as though he had

ignored my question...He then said;

Omar: I think times change people, and over

time people change...

When I was young in school I was known

as 'The Playboy,' that

snooped all the girls in the park...

After I discovered the meaning of life in my

early twenties, I chose more from life,

you know...Like if you see something

before it happens...

I always wanted to give my children the best

in all forms of the game...

Billions of dollars traded on any exchange in

the world could not

'double,' the experiences I have or had...

How about you...??

Alison: I know for a fact that I would marry you

everyday of my life O M A R...

I feel as though that love is perhaps undervalued

in the modern world we live in...

Whatever happened to the experiences that

'our forefathers,' had with their wives...

Honestly Omar, I feel that love is in the details

and if we work

'as a team,' we could never loose,

especially if you portray yourself the way you do in

the community and our beloved country....

Omar: Oh how 'cute...' Growing up who were

your role-models

and what was your idea about the future of


your country, your dreams and your 'love-interest...'

Alison: (Chuckles:) My love interest will always be you

Omar, because I realized

a long time ago that the man who 'kisses,' me the

way you do, will be my friend for life...

I always had you in my diary Omar,

long before you became a reality...In school my

role models were my teachers

and some of my friends...If you are talking about

global history I would say

George Washington, Sachin Tendulkar, Barack Obama,

Hannah Montana,

Michael Jackson, Oprah Winfrey. my sisters,

my brothers, my father, my mother

and many friends I met along the way...

I would say Omar Abdulla 'tops,' my list...

Omar: Well, I'd better...I like George

Washington, because

I learnt about his ideas about the

old-style America...

I guess that our styles from the early days

have changed somewhat...

I have always loved music, the arts,

business and you...

Now we have Sakeena and Akber

so I want to do my best for them and our 'little family...'

Our little family tree had just started and Omar

had dreams to achieve

one of his fathers wishes for him-to achieve

his treasured

prize of e i g h t children...I remember that

when he told me that he wants

to focus his attention on e i g h t children

I thought that my children

should be as 'smart,' as Akber Abdulla because

of his crackling-brain talk to Omar...

Omar Abdulla was young and as a father of

two and I could see that he was

happy with what he currently has-but wanted

the opportunity to

realize his father's dreams...

The President of South Africa title will become

a reality in 2023

where he leads SA as the national head...

2013 was like a light year for the

both of us,

as Omar had worked with government

members in Parliament...

He had met all 447 members of

Parliament paying special

attention to the Minister of Finance,

Minister of Defense,

Minister of Education, Minister of Health,

Minister of Inter-relationships,

Minister of Transport, Minister of Home Affairs and

Minister of Footprints Stock Markets...

As the wife of Omar in 2013, I often met

and spoke to these leaders

of our country at the comfort of our home...

I remember once the Minister of Defense

had said that our home

was more like a castle than a home...

The Minister of Defence had liked my

design of the castle

including the children's bedrooms, the

dining-rooms, the patio and the sun-room...

Days were numbered for Omar in 2013

as his businesses were starting to blossom,

especially the new businesses that

he had invested in...

I remember Omar often purchased

shares in newly listed companies

on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange,

American Stock Exchange,

London Stock Exchange and

The Greek Stock Exchange

as a way of hedging his investments

into his own businesses...

Omar had somewhat of a relationship-antenna

when he invested

in other forms of businesses...

I remember at that time he often spoke

to his stock broker to invest in

shares Pick 'n Pay, Vodacom, Harmony,


Footprints Investments LTD, Nismedia,

Trudon and Edcon...

The companies were being traded

on the

Johannesburg Stock Exchange where

Omar had invested a sum of

R888 million rand in 2013...

He had expected that the positions he

took in the market would

reap an 88 percent return in three months...

Omar had fancied the stock market

as he had worked for the stock market

mafia's in his early years, and always was

caught dumb-founded, on

the movement of the markets...

Omar's other businesses that he

invested in included businesses

with no capital but had the backing

of a substantial potential...

Omar was more like a Venture Capital

investor to these businesses

who wanted to grow their businesses

beyond the 'normal growth rate,'

of the 502 000 businesses in

South Africa and the more

than 3 million businesses in the

United States...

Alison: Omar, what is your favorite tool when

investing into

any business that you were to invest in...??

I had heard him murmur, and then he


Omar: I love to invest into new talent

and a new opportunity for someone

to generate a profit...The olden days

of trade had all revolved around the basis

of profit on goods or services...



Over the past I have invested into 'p a p e r

forms of return,'

and over time I learn't that stock is also a good

form of investment...

Like for retail and wholesale merchants and

your day-to-day traders who earn a daily income...

Alison: If you were to compare your

investment risk to the Warren Buffet's

and Bill Gates of the world where would

you fit in...??

Omar: I created my first million at 16,

my first billion at 25 and my hundred billion rand

target was reached last year...

My richest man in the world target would be

reached in 2020 if my investments

go 'according to plan...'

I guess the key to any type of investment or business

is 'know your product...'

It might sound old-fashioned but as the top dogs

of history including Ben Bernanke

and Alan Greenspan would say;

"Investment into the future of ones

potential is the best return,

or Invest in yourself that way

you e m p o w e r others around you..."

Alison: Lekker, Lekker-Wanna play a game...

Omar: Sure, why not...I am a bit tired after

a long day Alison, what's on your mind...

What you want to play...

Alison: Trival Pursuit....

Omar: Haha, you study the answers to the

questions all day and when

I return from office you want to test me....Sure go-ahead....

Alison: Which is the hottest planet in the solar system...??

Omar: Mercury...!

Alison: Good....What is the name of the

first person I fell in love with...??

Omar: Oh come on, I thought we going to be serious...

Obviously his name is Omar...

Alison: Good Answer....What is the national brand

drink of Bombay...

Omar: Bombay Krush?

Alison: Yes Baby....Another one...What do you call

an Indian Woman sitting under a tree...??

Omar: Shaida...

Alison: Well Done again...Last one before bed love...

What is the the warmest sea in the world....

Omar: The Red Sea...Now I'm going to bed...

Remember your promise to me..

We have to create a new child in the morning...

I will wait for your call...

I love you Alison...

Alison: I love you more Omar...

-End of Chapter two-




'My Father, The President,'
Chapter Three

Things were s t a r t i n g to look

flush for the community

of South Africa

in late 2013 as members from the community

were pushing Abdulla

towards his presidential dreams promised

to more than fifty million people...

He had become well-known internationally with a

fan base more than a billion people...

He had learn't from the 'top dogs,' of history in

South Africa including

President Paul Kruger, President F W De Klerk,

President Nelson Mandela

and President Jacob Zuma...

Although Abdulla was being motivated by community

leaders to join the Democratic Alliance

his final call came when he joined the

African National Congress as Minister of Finance...

2013 was a year that took the 'toll on the both of us,'

as we were touring the

community of South Africa to meet with members from

Parliament and the local community...

Omar was fast becoming the 'nations patriot,' with his


speeches in Laudium, Lenasia, Midrand, Mamelodi,

Soweto, Secunda, Rylands and Roshnee...

Although Abdulla was well-liked by the general

community he had hid at certain

times beside to shelter the media jargon surrounding him...

"Sometimes I feel that I cannot escape by shadow

, even when I think..." he said...

It had become clear from the outset that w o r d s was

something that Abdulla always thought about...

Sometimes he would not come to bed dreaming

about the messages

he wanted to share to the audiences that one day

would realize his dream

of leading South Africa as President...

Although Abdulla 'always held my hand,' when

attending functions of

'The uBuntu,' I always felt a sense of calmness

when he took the stage...

At times audiences would wait outside stadium

gates for as long as

two-three hours before he spoke...

His first televised appearance was at the Union Building's on

14 February 2014 where he addressed

community leaders

about the future and 'ways of creating employment

to everyday South African's....'

"We can all think that we attract a certain

income at a certain

stage in our lives, yet we should put that 'extra effort,'

towards improving

all sectors in the country..." he said....

It was at that time in my life that Omar Abdulla

and I were somewhat

starting to deepen our feelings for each other...

He had ample experience in the 'corporate world,'

and I was

starting to actually believe his 'stupid presidential talk...'

He once told me that President Jacob Zuma had told

him that

a true president is not created by a master,

a true president is created by puppet-masters

of the West...

I always was with Omar during 2014 and was planning

on becoming a better person

towards my family...Since it was the year 2014

I had become one

of the nations 'most admired females,' because

of my willingness to

learn from my husband...You see, as a South African

white-woman I have always

followed the teachings from my mother and the

'attitude and altitude,' of my father...


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As a personal thing, I always dream't of O m a r when

'days were dark,' and

'moments were high...'

Many community leaders were starting to queue

to meet Abdulla in

2014 with him acting in more than fifteen films...

His media profile had become 'the most viewed,

' since Michaels Jackson's death...

His voice was in the hearts of South African's who

'asked for change, and a better tomorrow....'

We would often visit rural and urban communities

sharing the moments we shared...

Sakeena and Akber had grown to the age where

they were starting to 'teeth their emotions...'

They were starting school next year and I

could feel that their father

should be their backbone before he tackles

his 'ambition,' with community

friends and leaders...

I was told that the local schools provided by the

Gauteng Department of Education

was 'up-to speed,' with the current education

levels and enrolled

Sakeena in nursary and Akber stayed

at home with me...

I was studying a degree in Human Resources

and thought that

my degree could help Omar towards his

'backing power...'

My friends had always told me that I should

remain 'stable,'

when being in the company of our future

President of South Africa...

As Alison, I was quickly being admired by

the local community for the

'hard and smart,' work I brought to the Abdulla family...

I had preferred to keep my name as Alison

Kells instead of

Alison Abdulla as I thought that his surname

might offend him...

When things were rosy for us in 2014,

we would often visit local restaurants,

contests, matches and games from the

community of S o u t h A f r i c a...

I always liked Omar's smile and the way

he looked from a certain angle...

To me- Omar was always 'alive and fresh,'

and I always thought of my husband

as the man of my dreams who would lead

me towards 'my own personal growth...'

My personal growth was seeing that the daily

work of the home

be done and that included cleaning and preparing,

changing and recharging, reading and writing,

loving and being,

sharing and caring, cooking and teaching

and 'being the best w i f e in the world...'

If Omar wanted me to help him achieve his dream

of e i g h t children,

I would be right by his s i d e...

I never knew Omar in school and I took

on the exercise to do some research on my

husband before he met me...

Some of his friends said that 'it was his walk,'

some said that it was

'his vibe,' others said that it was 'his eyes,'

whilst the majority said that it was the way

he loved me...

I remember one afternoon we sat by the

pool-side and spoke...

Omar: I have been so alone in my heart,

and I feel that I have

somehow lost so-much of the distribution

I once had...

I sometimes think that my father's teachings

are only starting to penetrate my mind....

Alison: What do you mean love...??

Omar: I am feeling that the challenges that

I had a long time ago

mean nothing to me now...

I feel as though the losses that I incurred in the

past was a slow-paced way

of teaching me my true ambition...

I feel as though that I am a staff member

to every single business in the world and I

sometimes forget to remember

the treasured words that 'once crept our love...'


I feel as though that my statue's of tomorrow are starting to be

created by 'magicians of hand and glove...'

Alison: Oh Sexy Omar, what happened to your stories

about 'Pyaar-Pyaar-Pyaar...'

Omar: Haha, Well I know that my growth is

measured according to

the memories that I have...I have become one

of the nations 'most popular,'

personalities and all I can think about is tomorrow

and the 'thrill of the future...'

Do you think that sometimes I fail to appreciate today...?

Alison: Oh love, Yesterday is buried, today is now,

tomorrow is a legend

and the future is your 'family...'

So why not take a leap at life and you might build

your wings on the way down...

Omar: Hmmm...Our son has grown to become

so handsome and I love the way

he copies what you do...

I want our family to become a family that has the

highest of respect locally and internationally...

Alison: Omar, do you think family is the foundation

for every South African,

or do you think as an Indian you have that

traditional upbringing...?

Omar: I was brought up with higher than normal

teaching methods...

I would often attend class till midnight,

sometimes I would stay up more

than forty hours to reap the thoughts of trillions...

Alison: So Omar, where would you see our

Diamond Anniversary...??

Omar: The Diamond is the 60th anniversary...

Well I hope I would follow in the f o o t p r i n t s

of some of the Legends I have

learn't from including President Fidel Castro,

President Nicholas Sarkozy

, Prime Minister Gordan Brown, President George


and President Mahinda Rajapaksa...

Alison: I have to pick Sakeena up from school,

speak to you later...

By the way, I love the new BMW surprise for my birthday...

Red is my favorite color...

Businesses were becoming popular in 2014

with the net turnover

of South Africa exceeding R700 trillion rand...

This was the most improved sector in South Africa

with Abdulla fast leading the

polls as President of South Africa...

I remember I always spoke to him till the late hours in

the evening, preparing his wishes

that he had always taught and thought about...

The economy was buzzing with 'new power,'

with new inventions including the

The Time Machine, The SA Space Station,

The 'Matter VS Velocity stokveld,'

and The 'creation of cheap nuclear energy...'

Businesses in South Africa was becoming the

nations pride with importers

and exporters from South Africa, Spain, France,

Finland, United States,

United Arab Emirates, Brazil and Bermuda

flooding local waters...

The import and export sector alone had increased

revenue by 81 percent in the last quarter...

Omar was becoming the nations

'heart rob,' by constantly dealing with members

from the SA community...He had realized that

'investment by chance,'

was the best-investment for the future...

2014 was a year that experienced the coldest Winter

with temperatures below

18 degrees in most provinces...

It was also reported that the country experienced

snowfall in Northern Cape, Eastern Cape,

Western Cape and Southern Cape...

The country had become 'our destination,'

and Omar and I

'pushed and pressed,' towards o u r personal

dreams, together...

2014 as I write this, was somewhat purred as

I remember us having a Siberian

  Hus key dog, who always sat with Omar

whilst he would meditate at one of

my tea gardens...Apart from assisting Omar, our houses

had become too big,

and we decided to convert some of the properties

that we bought into tea gardens...

When things were starting to look good and the country

had tossed

the reputation of a crime-riddled country, the

country had become

gifted with 'new national talent,' in the form of

National Dance Games, National Lotteries, National

Gambling and National Branding...

I remember Omar and I visited Spain in 2014

where he told me that this was our extended honeymoon...



Our children Sakeena and Akber had to have a break from

their fathers constant ambition to be 'bigger than his outer being...'

Spain was a country that rivetted me because we could shop with oars...

That was something different because I could shop on a river bay...

This was something new to me because Spain was a country

that won the World Cup in 2010...

I had never thought that a country in Europe

could be so beautiful with

so much elegance and atmosphere...

Omar and I had spent three weeks in Spain

and later visited London, Lisbon, La Havre,

and La Rochelle in Europe...

I have always wanted to experience the

o u t s k i r t s of Europe because I read

stories about the forefathers of history in

Europe including Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill,

Queen Elizabeth II, Lord Joe Brandt,

Knight Richardson,

William Shakespeare, Princess Diana and Prince William....

Omar: Are you ready to love me everyday Alison...??

Alison: I'm ready...

Alison: I was thinking that we should write a

story about your life...

You know like a book called

'My Father, The President...'

Omar: What does that suppose to mean...I am not

even quarter way towards

realizing my dream to be President of South Africa...

Alison: A book would be nice...Besides-I

have all the time in the world,

and I would love to write about my 'hubby,'

Omar Abdulla as the

President of South Africa in the future...

Omar: Could we take that risk...I mean what if I don't

become the President of South Africa, I would

be the laughing stalk of the country...

Alison: Well lets do this...Let's write the book,

create a simple website

and who knows we might turn the book into a film...

We can distribute the

book into a book on a CD with the audio read

by myself...??

Omar: Hmmmm...I love my father Alison,

but writing a book on

behalf of myself would do what...?

Alison: Look Omar, a book or whatever

has your title on it-

it will create a storm not only towards your

dreams but mine's as well...And

you know I can sell up a storm...??

Omar: Meaning...??

Alison: Well, I will write the book and you tell me...What you say...?

Omar: No promises, but hey, I am with you all the

way love...

In October 2014 I decided that I wanted

to write the book

'My Father, The President,'

on behalf of Omar because I felt that it

was the risk to write

about a Man that will be the son of

South Africa in 2023...

"I am the son to my parents, what

would be the difference

as the son of a country..." he once said...

Towards the end of 2014, I had drafted a Manuel

to write this book, because

I knew that I was investing into the most

treasured person in my pot...2014, in

total was an arrear year, as I should off thought

of writing the book, before then...

Days were short and empty in 2015 as

we worked 'hard and smart,'

in preparation for the national elections in 2015...

I remember there were days that were so short

that I at times felt

that my time was moving faster than normal...

Omar and I had often had meetings with leaders

from all over the community

and meeting the people always brought 'a certain thrill,'

to my life...

Our children were following in our dreams

for them and

I figured that if we were going to reach the

treasured target of eight children,

I might as well ask Omar if we could renew

our vows and plan for another child...

In the alter Omar sat on the pew and

prayed to the Almighty...

Although Omar was borne Muslim he

had learn't from the teachings

from the Holy Prophets of time

including Prophet Adam, Prophet Essa,

Prophet Musa and Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W.)...

To Omar, a son was more than the symbol than

the meaning behind the w o r d s...

I remember one day he said that at times he

would reflect on his life

and did not care to share-less because his

meaning would

mean something else to someone else...

When Omar finally gave me the green-light

towards our third child we w e r e pregnant again...

Pregnancy is something worth discussing with

your partner, as it should

be planned, and when done, should be a

love-making affair that will steam up

the windows...

Sakeena had passed her grade one examination

with flying colors

and Akber had just started with nursery...

Our homes that he had purchased and the

assets that we invested in

were slowly brewing the returns that we

had expected...

Omar had lost his attitude about his childhood

because he felt that the

only way to grow himself is grow his family,

his country, his people and 'his businesses...'

Choosing a name for our third child was a

mission on it's own...

Although I am an Afrikaaner I was asked by

his memon Muslim family

to choose a name that would suite both religions...

I had often laughed at Omar, when he tried to speak

to my clients at The Jasmine

Tea Garden in Afrikaans...

"Stick to your British/American accent, and let us

Boers, do the talking," I would

often tell him...

2015, for me, was one of the best years,

and whilst I was pregnant, Omar would

serve me breakfast in bed, often buy late

-night take- outs, and sometimes

he would settle for oral sex, instead of

penetrate sex, as he felt, this might hurt

the new baby...

Christmas is always my favorite month of the year,

and this Christmas,

I was planning on just being at home, and eating,

eating and eating...

I had loved Indian food, and it seemed that my r

oasted turkey for Christmas,

was always eaten by the entire family, where

we normally made GRACE

to other bounties that we wished for...

I knew that he had the scope as President of

South Africa, but I sometimes

doubted my thoughts when I would be in severe pain...

The third pregnancy

at 23, took it's harshness on me, as I always

complained on back pain...

I remember that when I gave birth to my

second daughter

I had more tears in my eyes than the first

time I gave birth...

The Footprints Filmworks Foundation (FFF) had

a record amount

of sales this year, and Omar and I attended

the year end function

that had the sales people and teams wooing us...

"If God had a wife, he would choose you to be

his merry..." Omar

once said...

I had done ample research about babies

and the offspring of

birth-but this time it was different because

I guess that I was only 23 and a mother of three...

We had thought about the third child's

name and decided that the

child be given the birth name of Fathima...

I was told that Fathima was the Egyptian Princess

from the times of 'The Pharoahs...'


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Chapter Four
'My Father, The President,'

Having t h r e e children at my age has it's toll on me....

I had t h r e e children namely; Sakeena, Akber, and Fathima

and I could feel that my mind, my body, my spirit and my

h e a r t wanted more....I was married to the hottest

guy in the country and received calls from women

telling me that Omar was theirs....Haha....

Well to me, he was all mine and I was left with the

task to create

a president of our country from this man...

He had received death threats from people

saying that if he

ran for SA presidency he would die...

I remember Omar told me one night 'M

y dream is to become

President of South Africa....'

And so I put his goals on top of my list...I mean any wife

would do the same....

I was told by Omar that the women he dated

lacked 'personal skills,' and the ability

to lead their own lifestyle...

I guess with his memory erased made it easier

for me...Or so I thought....

I was to lead my man as President of The

South Africa, the way Barack Obama led

the United States...We did not have any of

'those moments,' if you know what I mean...

At that time when I started the book,

Omar was a businessman,

a father, a son and a lover but was no President...

I guess what makes a President is the woman

behind him than the actual man.

I was told that Omar should achieve atleast

500 million fans/voters

in seven years if he was going to stand any chance....

Omar: What is your perception on love Alison?

Alison: Love is in the eyes, once you see someone's eyes,

then you would know....How about you?



Omar: I have hurt so many girls in the past I don't know...

I guess love is like a fine wine, gets better over time...

Alison: Haha, Well you talking too much....Do you want a glass

of that fine wine....??

Omar: I had for dinner with prawns...I am fine....So

what's on your mind....??

Alison: You are on my mind, for the l a s t five years....

Omar: Only five years??

Alison: Well, I have work tomorrow, I have work

to do in town

and I have to meet your mother....!

Omar: Why?

Alison: The children want to spend the

day with her,

she said they will be home by five.

Omar: Are we going to plan that Zakiyyah

child that I was telling you about.??

Alison: Yes, I want another child....We can start

tomorrow when you come back from work...

Omar: Oh......How about a trail run now??

Alison: Sure.....

Omar: Mwahhhhhhhhhhhh.......................

Alison: So why choose the name Zakiyyah anyways?

Omar: When I was in university, I placed a

bet with a friend of mine...

She would name her child Omar, whilst I name

my daughter Zakiyyah...

Alison: Could friendship be so eternal....

Omar: Sometimes...She was my best friend in the

whole world.!

Alison: Oh ahh, and where is this Zakiyyah

woman now....!

Omar: Probably married with a bunch of children....

Alison: Then let's get started with Zax now...

Omar: I thought we going to leave it for when I

come home from work....

Alison: Please don't upset a sexy tiger thats


Omar: Who would.....*Gnaws*....

We had planted Zakiyyah on New Year's Eve and

was noticed with the n e w s on February 14th

that we will be carrying Zakiyyah....

I was happy to the fact that I could have my dream of

f o u r children and 'be happy,' with a Man whom I loved....

In March 2016 Omar gave speeches in

Washington, Texas, Kentucky and

Miami regarding his

race for President of South Africa...

I had let go of my friends because of my

three children a

nd I was pregnant with Zakiyyah. It was the

first time that I

knew of the child's name before birth...

I could feel that not only my

dreams were being realized it was that of my

husband as well....

In a talk show named 'Tyra Banks,' I listened

about mothers

and the way mothers should be with their little

ones. I listened with awe....

Sakeena's bedroom was painted Mickey Mouse,

Akber's room was a

Ferrari color and theme and Fathima chose more of the

Aishwarya Rai look for her bedroom....My husband and

I chose an en-suite thrilled in white with a lounge

suite and jacuzzi. We were happy and our monthly

expense as worked out by Omar was R45000-00..

Sometimes I would think where are his

trillion dreams, and the goal to be

the richest man in the world....??



I guess at that time in my life, things were going

well for my children...

I had sent them to the best of schools and

church's and was

starting to take a class in French, Urdu, Computers,

Nero-Science, Motivation, 'personal power,'

Karate, and Cooking...

I was a wife and the best I could be...Well, in

the bedroom, I guess that was our ' hotel,'

because we never shared what went on

behind room doors.

On the last Saturday of February we decided

to visit Omar's

parents in South Africa....

We had been married for five years and our

love was maturing....

Our children had joined us as well. I remember

that time when

Omar married me, how they laughed at me


I was only 18 and they kept on saying

that 'I'm like

a child, that still has to grow....'

I guess I kinda proved them wrong....

Omar: Hi dad, we home, Salaams...

Uncle Akber: Welcome son, you are

lucky your nephew

is getting married today, join us....

Omar: We will, how are you doing....

I thought I'd bring

the children and my wife to say hello....

Uncle Akber: Get dressed the wedding is at


We all invited.

So we went to one of Omar's nephews weddings

and were entertained to 'song and dance,'

by members from

the community....I wanted to ask his

father if he was

proud of the work done in our marriage since

we last spoke...

His parents had said that I was only 18

when we married

and wanted a 'more mature,' woman

for their son.

After the wedding we were invited

home for casual


Having a snorkish voice has it's value

in a large house in Pretoria....

Omar's brother Sikander and Wife joined us as

well for an evening brunch.

Sikander: So, hows Footprints Filmworks and the

other businesses Mr.Abdulla??

Omar: I have so much work to do....I have to invest in a

further 500 000 websites for America and 10 000

more 'community websites,' for South Africa.

Sikander: Done-It will cost the company 4 million dollars.

Omar: But I want it to be community

based so that people

can log in and post their messages

and find love

links and for the websites to be liked by

members who read the posts...

Sikander: So where are your presidential dreams?

Nazmeera: Yeah, when is Omar going to

be President of South Africa....

I was hearing those stories when I was

pregnant with Nuwairah...

Omar: Inshallah soon...I had some extra


meetings and work to do...
Uncle Akber: Omar, I have told you before leave the

 SA Presidency and focus on plain business.

Omar: Dad, I have given up all bad habits, If I

fail it will be my

loss and not the Abdulla's...I heard a saying....

If you screw up, then you might as well

'screw up big....'

Uncle AKber: We shall see...Hows the new-

baby when is she being born?

Omar: Sakeena is fine, she loves to play games,

Akber is loving- and Fathima is perfect....

Zakiyyah is being born in September...

Sikander: Oh God, I have three children and love

all of them-Nuwairah,Nadia and Nabeel.

Perhaps we shall see who reaches the target

of e i g h t children first...

I dreamt about you last night and whew woke

up in a sweat...

You should know brother that no-matter what I will

always be your best friend and

'knight in shinin armor.!'

Omar: We should go to Warmbaths tomorrow

-I will text Khatija and Farida can come along...

Aunty Fatima: Great idea, Il make a lovely

lunch and

we can order Biryani from the restaurant...

Omar and the children can stay over. Lovely

sun I woke...Pack extra lotion we don't

want to get sun-tanned...!

Uncle Akber: I am not coming with, I have

computer work....You guys go out and enjoy.

Sikander: If Omar comes with I am 'all in...''


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It was the most perfect Saturday Evening I had

spent with Omar's family....

I slept with my children and Farida in her room...

She kept on talking about how the chickens make sounds

in the early mornings by her window. She was

the most-adorable

14year old one could have....I had dreams that one

day My Sakeena could be so 'chirpy,' as Farida. She could

not stop talking....I loved the sight and sound of Farida....

She kept on telling me about her Barbie dolls and the way

she plays with them....

I also played a game called checkers and chess with her until she

finally fell off to sleep. Sunday, at Warmbaths

was awesome as I got to understand what my-in-laws are all about...

They loved me as Alison and I loved them...o me,

when I got married

to Omar they all asked questions about how young I was,

I mean Sikander once said that if you sleep with his Omar,

it would be rape. I guess my three children proved them right...

They were all fine and Farida once again asked me to go

on slides and all kinds of 'thrill seekers,' with her.

During our lunch-time I had a good

conversation with Omar's mum....

Aunty Fatima: So Alison, How are you- is my

son treating you fine....!

Alison: He is a dream guy for any woman...Can you

tell me some secrets about him....He took me on

a hot air balloon ride last week Saturday. Wow.! Dazzed.!

A unique experience one must enjoy in ones lifetime...

Aunty Fatima: Just hold on to him...He is a

gold son...He has

his habits....There were times he use to earn

above R100-000.00 for the family if he has

the right Time, Space, Matter and Energy...

Alison: Meaning?

Aunty Fatima: When Omar really puts his heart,

mind and body into something it really works...

Like the many films he has acted in...

Alison: Yeah, He is more famous than all Bollywood

actors here in South Africa, what should I

do to maintain his high-profile...??

Aunty Fatima: Omar is not the cheating type...

He has had other girlfriends and learnt from them...

His career is just s t a r t i n g to kick off...

Alison: Who were his other girlfriends...

Aunty Fatima: You are his wife, that's all that

matters Alison....

2016 had just started and things were going

well with the guidance of the Lord Jesus...

I had prayed all my life for a family like this and with

the blessing's of the Lord I could achieve my dreams...

I was ready to give birth to Zakiyyah and prepared

Omar to reach his target of earning and maintaining

an income of $100 000-00. His father, believed

that his son could reach this target if his head

was 'screwed on right...'

It was my responsibility to see that their son is in good hands.

When Omar and I reached home we planned his goals and

talked about the future of his dreams...He had

always dreamt

that he could have a white-woman as a wife, yet I

could feel it in his hands when he held me

close to his breast..

He was the most fortunate from his friends

because he did not have an Indian as a wife...

His brothers wife and I got along well and they

all mingled well with each other...

She seemed to like speaking to Omar because

they 'go back a long way...' Sikander was a sweetoo

to me, because he loved his brother and

had 'the most amazing charm,'

for his family and friends....For once, I could

actually call his family....My Family.

Towards the middle of 2016 I learnt new things

about life including life skills and the ability to

cope with children....I was often asked

questions by Members of Congress about

my figure and how I maintained my figure..

I gymed and worked hard and kept to my

routine as a wife....I often watched Omar play

cricket at the local stadium, something that

he would often do to keep fit. His mental

cycle was at it's peak and I was ready to give

birth in September...

I remember frankly that Omar had earned

the most that July 2016, netting $160 000-00...

We were spoilt and we managed our money well...

Our success was felt throughout the community

and we always 'pushed and pressed,' that

extra mile when it came to the community...

Omar had enrolled that July at the

Ferrari race-track

and raced with Formula e 1 cars.

Something out of this world. As Alison,

I felt that my whole world was starting

to take shape, pattern, focus and my

husband could just enjoy all the flesh that

he could hold....

Omar: When one has children what

sought of guidelines should one adhere to....?

Alison: Why do you ask...!

Omar: Our children are well-over spoil t and I get

swearing from their teachers that they over-


Alison: What do you mean?

Omar: I was with Sakeena's teacher today,

she says that our daughter picks up on ou

r w o r d s and spreads our charms to

her friends....

Alison: Oh, she is just a child...Only five.

Alison: Texas is good for the children

away from the city 'hustle and bustle...'

Omar: Ahah, maybe I should....I think

that our teachers should pay more attention

to our children than try their own

provincial tricks.!


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Chapter Five
'My Father, The President,'

Towards the starting of this chapter I felt

confident in the youth

of South Africa because my Sakeena won first prize in

a dance contest featuring Justin Bieber's 'Oh Baby,....'

She just goes bezerk for that song and since then our

household has been filled with that song.

I have the tune in my mind

when writing this chapter....Well, I am writing this

in Mid-July 2016

where business, media, politics, entertainment,

family, religion,

ethics and other sectors of South Africa are

moving along well...

In June this year we visited Natal as part of our

vacation to the coast..

Omar addressed members of Parliament

last Thursday and members

from the South African community are

s t a r t i n g

to cheer his

approach as President of South Africa...

Although Omar is

Minister of Finance many community leaders have

had meetings

at our castle speaking to him about his

involvement in the South

African community....

Omar also received the 'golden shield,' awards

from Absa Bank regarding

his work with Footprints Filmworks....

Other top companies as voted

by Absa Bank for 2016 include South African Airways,

Chicken Licken, Joko, Ocean Basket, Falu's Fabrics, Unisa,

Virgin M0bile and Juta Books...

I wrote down in my journal this morning what I plan to

achieve for the r e s t of the year and my daughter

Zakkiyah is being born this year....I have three beautiful

children and one gorgeous husband Omar...

My three children

in case you following the story is Sakeena, Akber,

and Fathima...

Omar says that he wants me to be a saleswoman

to my children

and achieve the treasured goal of e i g h t children...

Being the

wife of a high-flyer has it's tolls on me including

daily cooking and

cleaning, passionate lovemaking, teaching and being a mother

to my children...I have taken a course in forex and I have

earned R250-000.00 of my husbands money....Many of my

friends ask me questions on keeping a PrinCe like Omar

satisfied and I guess a smile is the best answer to all of

these people..

I feel much happier living in Rustenburg and

I guess the beauty

of my husband is that he is able to shift his business

to anywhere I want...

When we went on vacation this June I had

the best time in the

world because I could walk the beeches of

Natal in Freedom...

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Perhaps freedom is not addressed enough in this book

called 'My Father, The President,' because

most of us take it as a

granted. Our five year marriage is based on trust, honesty,

love and patience and hopefully this book will inspire many

millions to follow in my f o o t p r i n t s...

One day I entertained Omar to some good


Alison: So how are you doing my love...

Where would you see yourself

ten years from today??

Omar: I am Goofed...That song 'Ohh Baby,' is


in my brain...

Hmmmm. I would see myself in your arms

and your heart and

hopefully with eight children....The President of

South Africa will be a bonus.

Alison: Ohh Baby.....Well I feel that I want

to spend every

second with you...How much do you think

Vodacom will charge us....?

Omar: Life is free love dove....I am happy

with our castle

and I would want to move to somewhere

bigger like a

7 million rand house....

Alison: Perhaps next year...You should know

I will love you if you

don't have a cent as well...

I loved you without money and I will

always love you Omar.

Omar: How much do you love me if you were

to show it to me now.??

Alison: Does my children not answer

your questions...

Omar: If love was a diamond I would be

your diamond cutter,

If love was an ocean I would be the abyss,

If love is a

hole I would drown your alley...Anyday.

Alison: How Sweet....Omar, I love you so much....

Omar: I love you more than you can count Alison....

Omar perhaps had a lot on his plate that evening because

he joined the United Nations as Governor...

He had replaced

the current Ben-Ki-Moon and was

now earning a salary

more than $100 000.00 per annum from the

United Nations...

He had taken the task because of his financial

brain and had

other businesses on the side....His mentors

Sir Alan Greenspan,

Sir Ben Bernanke, Trevor Manuel and Tokyo

Sexwale were always

calling him on his mobile asking decisions on

interest rates and repo rates...

Omar had worked hard and studied till the

late hours in the evening

to be where he is today....He was often

quoted on news

channels and newspapers regarding the

work he does and

would often meet guests till late. I kinda felt left

out because I took care of the children and

had the responsibility

to look after the house...



I was quite good-looking for a young lass and always

took the opportunity

to lend a hand to my husband...Making love to one

of the m o s t powerful

men in the world has it's workload on you with

their toying games.

I guess when this book gets published the world

will get a broader idea

of what this 'mumbo- jumbo,' talk is all about....As Alison,

that July

evening my life was perfect....Perhaps a light snowfall was missing...

We had the fireplace burning when we chatted every

evening talking

about the future of 'The uBuntu....'

South Africa was fast becoming Africa's country with the

country being named as a 'first world country,' locally

and internationally....The country had increased workload

by 40 percent in the last year with net income ranging

from R4600-00

per month per person. The country was fast becoming an export

nation to countries China, Brazil, Japan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Poland,

Iceland, and Zimbabwe....The United States had invested large

sums in the country for the sake of skills and empowerment.

The nation had become a 'safe haven,' investment due to the

downfall in crime from 30 percent in 2012 to 12 percent this year...


The country was becoming a nation involved with

middle-eastern countries

ranging from import and exports....The country was well-known

for the creation of clones, robots, 'purpose devices,'

and other

'new forms,'

of investments that could empower the entire human race...

Many folks from Africa and other nations had flocked to the country

as a tourist destination because of the tranquil beauty and scenic

views....Many foreigners use our education departments

to send their children to our schools because of the 'Waldof methods,' that

many of our schools teach....My own children Sakeena, Akber and Fathima

are educated in South Africa to the best of the teachers knowledge...

Many parents have the option to 'home-school,' their children

as part of the deal with government....

I was starting to feel that South Africa was more important

to Omar than our own children....Omar was sent

to the United States in August 2016 as a gift from

members of the community...

He had spent three weeks in Los Angeles and came

back with more than what he went....Living alone

in those three weeks taught me the importance

of love and patience when it comes to parenting...

My husband would one day become President of South

Africa and all I could do was watch from the

bench-lines of the father nation....

My husband had constantly thought about the

changes that he chose

to pass in South Africa including the legalization of Marijuana,

legalization of 'red-light districts,' increase spending on hospitals

and increase spending on social scope...He also had

meetings with key

communication leaders for the investment of 40 000 computers

in schools including broadband connection. His meetings

also stated

the investment of tele-port media-a transfer of personality

from one province to another with the aid of a device.

Abdulla's investment in the health sector would drop HIV

infection by more than 60 percent with the legalization

of Pfizer drugs and related virus drugs. My husband thought

'long and hard,' for the changes that he chose to bring in

South Africa...He had always admired President Fidel Castro

for his long standing as President of Cuba for more than

twenty years. Perhaps a far-fetched dream of his....!

When Omar returned from Los Angeles I was due to give

birth to Zakiyyah next month but took the persona

to learn passages from the Holy Quraan...Growing- up,

I was taught to pray

to Jesus Christ and the Lord as I learnt from my teachings the

importance of one Prophet and the ruling of the

Holy Prophet of Islam.

I became better attuned to the Islamic culture as the month of

Ramadaan was crossing the Muslim community in September...

I thought that I should teach my children the importance

of their religion and the meaning of God.Growing- up,

God was a father figure in my life and later I realized that God is Eternal,

The Most High, The Most Gracious....I never knew of this..I also took

a course on the meaning of the Holy Quraan and the

meaning behind

the w o r d s. Sometimes w o r d s have 'double,' meanings.


Elvis Presley - Jailhouse Rock (Music Video)

with Footprints Filmworks

Zakiyyah was born on 13 September 2016 and this was the happiest

day of my life....We had preferred that she be born at home

as Omar chose her to be 'nurse maid....' Omar had

answered my prayers by not sending me to hospital,

instead I gave birth at home...She had one dimple

and a big birthmark on her face making her look like Cindy

Crawford-The Model.

I now had f o u r children, Sakeena, Akber, Fathima, and Zakiyyah...

This was a new challenge to me because I received texts from

all my friends and family saying that Zakiyyah was a

'doll in the making....'


She had her fathers hazel eyes and my skin and color tone.

We had preferred that she be baptized according

to Christianity,

although I had not converted to Muslim. Our family values

might s o u n d mixed to you as a reader, yet she was

the prize money for 88 Ferrari's Omar once said...

We were happy and satisfied with her health and I

was 'happier than normal,' because hundreds of photo's

were taken of our baby within the first day...

Her siblings had all clinged to her like she was

a pot of gold...And she was.

Being a mother of four does not come easily unless one

has a strong father to back the children up....I remember

at that time Omar was at the peak of his presidency

always 'eyeing,' the local and international news what was

stated about him and related businesses. Zakiyyah

was a 'hip-hop,' baby because I suppose that type of

music could only make her sleep...

She would only sleep in a driving car or listening to 'hip-hop...'

Sakeena would often play games with her sister to keep her

tuned up what was happening in the world she lived in...

As a baby she loved lots of attention and I still remember

the photo's because she was known as 'my prize baby,'


of the attention she pulled. The paparazzi were kept out of

our home from taking pictures and only 'exclusive pictures,'

were released

to the media....We had a cozy family and my parents

and Omar's

parents had all visited us on the due date. Memories are

perhaps to evident to remember as the pictures of my

little baby still stick in my mind...

Life was teasing me because Omar had told me that I

should not work and work from home as a house-wife.

I remember a little red teddy bear with her name on it that

Uncle Akber gave her as a gift that makes me shed a

tear till today...

Our house was filled with love, laughter, greatness

and royalty with the birth of our new daughter...

I always felt that Zakiyyah was my 'miracle baby,'


she was born at home...The local SABC news had


her birth as 'a new addition,' to the Abdulla clan....

Omar: So how do you feel being a mother of four

and the love of my life...?

Alison: If you would of asked me that the

first time we met,

I would never of dreamt to be holding this gorgeous

child in my arms...

Omar: Ohh Baby, Ohh Baby....

Alison: Now you have given me four children,

how do I know that

you will remain faithful, honest and 'mine,' always Omar...!

Omar: Relax Alison...I love our children. I want

to move back to Pretoria...

Alison: Why, What's wrong with living in Rustenburg....

Omar: I just feel that I can achieve much more in the city...

My business is climbing fast and the market is in Gauteng....

Alison: Omar, If you want to move...Sure...We can move

and relocate the children's schools...Maybe we could build

that 7 million rand house you want....

Omar: I have the house already organized by the estate

agent. It's a matter of your agreement with me....

Alison: We can move at the end of the year...

Omar and I were surprised by winning the national lotto

towards the end of the year which paid out an amount

of over R20 million rand...

I guess my children's numbers perhaps assisted as well.

Although Omar was not an avid gambler, I had purchased

the ticket with Omar sharing in the profit-takings....

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Chapter Six
'My Father, The President,'

I was never j e a l o u s of Omar's success because I knew his

success will ultimately be mine...He was building momentum

as President of South Africa and was fast becoming

one of the richest men in the world...

We had moved back to Philadelphia because Omar

felt that as a community leader he

should be in the hub of the community...

We lived in a seven-star home with 14 bedrooms,

pools, jacuzzis, fireplace, steam, sauna, and we had

purchased one of Omar's dream cars that his

father once bought him...

A red Ferrari Scuderia, besides- the 'everyday,' cars....

His father had told him

that someone would kill him for his Ferrari, but preferred

to showcase the

Ferrari on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Omar had often

traveled to London,

Los Angeles, Tokyo. Warsaw and Bombay as

part of his agreement

to lead the United Nations...

He was building polls in The United

States as the future

President of South Africa

with him speaking to audiences more than 250 000 at a time...

He was a passionate speaker on stage and 'wooed,' audiences

who chanted for more....He had a certain style and way in

which he spoke to crowds that got distributed on all networks

including U,S,A Today, SABC, E.T.V and thousands

of w o r l d w i d e stations.

newspapers, websites and other media related news...

Many said that his

love approach reminded them of Barack Obama,

Shar Rukh Khan,

Fidel Castro, Winston Churchill, Nicholas Sarkozy and

George Washington...




He had told me earlier that if I ever did anything to

hurt his relationship

with his father he would leave me. To be honest- I loved

Uncle Akber, like my own father and perhaps at times

I did not

agree the way Uncle Akber spoke to Omar, but that

was their father

and son relationship....

His mother was his guiding torch that

always shone upon him and

always brought a 'sparkle to his eye...'

His mother had always told her

son to be aware and shrewd when speaking

to media personalities

and people who just 'want gossip,' for local and

international tabloids....

We had celebrated Chrismas Day in Miami at a night club..

I was never the 'dancing diva,' type of woman but wanted

to go to a nightclub with my husband...

It was my first experience dancing in the

moonlight and in sound

driven rooms....Omar and I had danced in the moonlight

on Christmas Day because

I wanted to know that he had something to share with me...

Omar was relaxing the remainder of the

year as he was planning

speeches in The United States- later in 2017...

His marketing manager had

booked him f o u r meetings per day for the entire of 2017

and was stemming towards leading

The United States...

During that festive season we had visited the

local zoo's and

shopping malls to shop and buy some new

things for the home...

At that time The United States was run by

a notation that the

black man was the 'brain child,' of The U.S....

To me, I was never interested

in letting a black man lead The United States because

of the way they led North America in the past...

An Indian would create a culture and maintain

a 'deserved pride,' to Americans

the way when Mahatma Gandhi had featured

in South African history...

Whilst news on the grounds was mis-trust towards the black man,

Omar was still speaking about Change to

'everday Americans'....From the news

around the community although blacks

were a majority many foreign

speculators had not trusted the black era because

people had somewhat

of a racism thrust against blacks...

To American's if they were going to see

improvement in the country

they would have to have a non-black America

because of the aura

that other races oozed....Omar had met

with Members Of Congress

to include blacks as part of the Parliament

but said that blacks were

almost 100 years behind the thinking of 'Anglo-Saxons...'

Perhaps a trust that foreign members wanted to instill a

sense of deserved

pride since democracy.... He had also stated

on previous occasions

that the term 'blacks,' was preferred by the Americans

as compared

to other titles associated to their skin race....


Shania Twain - You're Still The One

with Footprints Filmworks

 The romance in our relationship was sexy to say the least because Omar

looked hotter then the first day I met him and was interested

only in getting between my legs...

I have always welcomed Omar's interests because as a wife that is

my duty to my husband...Love was the element of my heart,

body and spirit and I always had the confidence to share

what was one my mind...To me, the secret to any sexual

relationship is trust, sharing, passion and 'naughty attitude...'

Being liked my Members Of Parliament helped Omar to

build his legs up

the podium in government....Although many of the meetings held

with Omar were not televised I was always with him, on every single


My children were loving to me and always had a moment of

appreciation to me....I loved the way my children were growing

up because I could see that their sibling friendship

was the foundation of their childhood...

Sakeena: Mummy where do children come from...?

Alison: From God!

Sakeena: Why do my friends bully me in school and always say

that they see daddy of television...

Alison: If your friends bully you, set them straight...Never be bullied...

Your daddy is a very important person in our country....

Sakeena: When Daddy becomes President of South Africa,

will we be happier than today...

Alison: Your daddy will still have to gain the confidence of his

friends in the country and then he will become our President....

Sakeena: Mummy, why do people take so many

pictures of me at school...

Alison: You are royalty my daughter....I love you....

Sakeena: Mummy, when will we go to London for

holiday, like how daddy does...

Alison: Next year...Your father loves all of you very much....

Akber: Oh Yipee...I love Sakeena, Fathima and

our new baby Zakiyyah...

Alison: You must take special attention of Zakiyyah

and don't pinch her cheeks too much Akber...

Akber: Okay Mummy...

Omar: Lights out children we have a long day this week....

Towards the s t a r t of 2017 we were

'back to work, back to reality...'

Omar was leaving for Tokyo next month and my children had

enrolled in their new schools in Philadelphia....I enrolled my

children at one of the country's finest schools Crawford

College because I thought that my children require the

best schooling if they would have to compete with

international students, later in their life....I have always had a firm

belief that the foundation phase of a child is the m o s t important

and that a child required both parents to play vital roles in their

lives if t h e y going to have any success in the 'outer world...'

Whilst learning about the forex market I joined several stock market

programs so that I could 'dummy trade...' listed

and unlisted shares...

Omar has said that I should trade the local shares listed on the

African Stock Exchange and American Stock Exchange because

he newly listed a local stock exchange in the country raising

funding of over 4.5 billion dollars...

The stock market enabled listed and unlisted companies to trade

shares on margin and leverage to generate a profit....Omar was

heavily involved in raising money for businesses

who chose to grow...

These included shares and businesses who

understood the value of risk...

I remember on the launch of The Footprints Stock

Exchange how shares

appreciated in value by 88 percent within the first

three months of trade....This was a new

business for me as

I hate an idle mind....

An idle mind leads to UN-productive

work and bad

work ethics. Although

I was a house-wife I loved to toy around with shares to

understand the meaning of 'Supply and Demand...'

Footprints Filmworks

and other companies were listed on several

stock exchanges

around the world for media publicity

and for the purpose

of trade and forging markets...

Something that I loved....

Loving the markets is one thing and knowing which trend to

follow is another spectrum altogether....I had taken courses

about markets to better equip myself about market

fundamentals and technical s...

Something that my husband taught me...

I think what keeps a relationship

alive is the ability to learn from your partner...

A partner that teaches

you and helps you cements the entire relationship...

My parents have

been married for thirty years and I always

learn from them the

value of learning and partnerships to

enable communication

and ethics...

My relationship with Omar at the s t a r t

of 2017 was good and

the romance was 'alive and well....' I was very

protective over

Omar from other women because I knew how they

flaunt themselves

to my man when I am not there....Being protective is a key

that shows that you really love and admire someone...


Something that my father taught me.....Anyways,

the local shares invested

in traded well as the American dollar had weakened to one of it's

lowest levels against the British Pound, Japanese Yen and the Euro...

Omar once said that he would forecast seeing the South African

rand as the basic unit currency in Africa if 'things go according to plan...'

with the African Union... With a minimum investment of $25000-00

could see a return 'reap surprise returns,' to an investor on any

exchange in the world...



About 2,320 results




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It was never about the investment I later learnt it was about the

'thrill and fun,' of trading the markets...Omar had often met

with former Presidents and Finance ministers from across

the globe to discuss issues related to the American public

that could stem growth to other import and export


In a journal meeting with President Obama-Obama had asked his

fellow American in Abdulla about his up-bringing in South Africa and

liked talking about former president Nelson Mandela...

Abdulla had

told Obama that Mandela had died recently and was planning

a memorial of the South African president

in The United States...

Omar seemed to love the camera and acted in several films

in the country

to help build his media profile when he becomes

President of South Africa...

This book and other films were played on several networks

to market his dreams....I have always thought a man

who believes in the future of his dreams is a man worth

investing in...

I invested my life and f o u r children with this man so I should

know what I am talking about....We had invested a sum of

one billion dollars in the construction of shopping malls

and offices in The United States in areas Maine, Maryland,

Montana, Oklahoma, Oregan, Virginia, Washington

and took certain shares in property porfolio's as part

of his investment deal....Meetings with the' top of the top,'

in the United States enabled me to wear a different

dress per day...

I only chose the best when representing him

and the businesses tha

t we were marketing....Our children were at the fulcram

because they had chosen my taste in style by purchasing the

latest b r a n d s in clothing and footwear...

One thing that

has stuck with me since we started going out and that

is the importance of fragrance...

I love a man who smells good from

the inside-out....

When Omar met with the Doctors Association of

The United States he was offered free shares in four

hospital chains in The United States and advised doctors

to beware the risk of cheap imported medicine...

The hospital sector was alarming as the market had invested

in markets with doctors...He had said that a doctor plays a vital role

in the community and thus supported the association...

I had studied to become a pharmacist before I met Omar and was getting

involved in this sector because I understood the importance

of providing cheap health care to the 'American sector...'

The country had 232 hospitals and was investing into improvements

and free hospital service to over 240 million Americans...

Doctors fees will be carried by a transfer of funds into their accounts

by government....


With the government offering subsidies to members from the community

-income tax would also be reduced to 30 percent as compared to

40 percent in previous years....

Abdulla was fast becoming the nations head with his s u p p o r t from

both men and women in all sectors of The United States..

He had often met with African Union leaders to discuss the

health sector of Africa, North America, South Africa

and Asia and was

winning votes from Congress and the general public....

South Africa and the United States had agreed

on certain interest

rate agreements and was discussing to reduce interest

rates by 5 percent

in coming years to improve fiscal and monetary policy...

This sector could generate a net flow of cash of up-to

12 trillion dollars alone in 2017...He was applauded by

members from the community and had a national

influence in the market when addressing local and

international policy makers...

Insurance companies and businesses would face alarming

drops as the health sector was being backed up by

government....The 447 members of Parliament were all good friends

of Omar and I was playing a key role in entertaining guests

at our castle...

I loved Omar when he spoke and met

with members of the community

because I was always attracted to a

man with power...

Perhaps a bit childish of me, but hey, I am

Alison and this is our story...

When I say a man with power I mean

influence and not power in

the sense of a drunken state...

Omar had also agreed to the opening of 14 rehab centers

in South Africa for members who were affected by

the abuse of Drugs and Alcohol....His involvement in helping

people who were affected by drugs will be

discussed in later chapters....

On the eve on Valentines Day, Omar had taken us out

to a local restaurant and shared some of his memories

whilst growing up...

This evening will always be remembered by me, because

Omar shared his innermost desires and ambitions with me....

Omar: Shall we have dinner at the finest restaurant in

the city this evening by the lake,,,,??

Alison: Dinner is the best if it's shared with family...

How is your heart and mind love....!

Omar: I am feeling that things are becoming a reality

what I wrote down almost ten years ago.

Alison: What do you mean??

Omar: Well, ten years ago I was a

University student playing

pranks on students and secretly planning my lifestyle

and future...

Now I feel that I have achieved beyond

what vision I had a long time ago...

Alison: What vision did you have...

Omar: I knew that I would be rich and wealthy but never

this happy....In University I had many friends

whom I think about till today....

Alison: What were your dreams in University

and who were your friends...?

Omar: My dreams was to achieve an income of

$100.000-00 per month...I had vision to uplift every

single person I meet...I dream't to be famous and be

a leader amongst my friends....I had dreams to look-after

my parents and do what they did for me....My friends in

University were Shamil Mukadam,

Iftikaar Ahmed, Sikander Abdulla, Nadeem Karani,

Yacoob Noor, Shaeen Dada, Nadia Essop, Zakiyyah Kolia,

Farida Essani, Mahira Malhotra, Katrina Hoosein,

Mehnaaz Baker,

Faaiza Noordin, Faheem Amod. Albert Van Wyk,

Binod Menon, Fatima Abed, Mehnaaz Kalla and

many thousands of others who chanted

my name by my window....

Alison: Wow, and what about me....By your window...??

Omar: You are the cherry on top Alison...By my window I mean...

In those days we lived at University and I lived at University

for four years...My friends would call my name blocks away

and some would even wake me up in the morning by my window....

Alison: Oh how sweet....Well I hope that I

can be 'your friend for life....'

Omar: You are...Always Alison....I think my

highest friend base

was when I visited Pakistan in 2010, the best

learning experience in the world...

Alison: Lekker, What did you learn in Pakistan?

Omar: I learnt Urdu and I met many friends from Lahore...

I still have memories of them....I once wanted to

marry a punjab woman....

Alison: Well, Who else you almost married....

Omar: I almost married about three women in South Africa,

but nothing to compete with you...

Alison: Thanks Love....What will you eat...

Omar: I have never tasted Sushi, let's give it a try...

I once had a girlfriend who only ate Sushi...

Alison: Haha, Well I have never dated anyone...

You my first love and only love....

Omar: What will you eat...

Alison: I like American Steak....

Sakeena: Daddy, I like the chicken sandwich...Is it halaal...

Omar: Yes honey, have the ice-blue milkshake that you like too...

Sakeena: Thanks Daddy....Why did you not tell

grandpa and grandma to come along...

Omar: They wanted to look after Zakiyyah...

Do you like the fresh breeze and wind here....

Alison: Well love, I was thinking....

Omar: Oh someone has a lot on their mind...Shoot....

Alison: Since we have f o u r children, should we not

plan another child...I love our children and you

always said that you wanted e i g h t...

Omar: Hmmmm....Can your body cope??

Alison: Yes...You should know Omar, your dreams

are my dreams...

Please don't ever lie or cheat on me....

Omar: I would never cheat...It took me nine proposals to

women who I wanted to get married to...

I think I am kinda settled as to what I want....

Alison: SO no more questions....We going to have

our fifth child soon, in this year...

Omar: I am leaving for Midrad in March...Before then....

Alison: We have a 'midnight date,' this evening....

Sakeena: Lets stop talking and as Hannah Montana says 'Lets dig in....'

It was at about this time in 2017 that everything

seemed perfect for us...Things were slowly falling

into place as I could feel like a true American...

My days and my stories in South Africa were perhaps

forgotten and all I could do this evening was

sit in the comfort

of our home and enjoy the 'pleasure,' of my husband...

Very often we are too engrossed with our daily chores

that we forget the 'love-bite,' moments we share

with our husband, with our children, with our

friends and with our country...Before I kissed

my children to bed this evening, I knew that

whatever they learnt from their parents,

their cycle of life had just begun...And I

could not wait to capture the next moment....


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'My Father, The President,'
Chapter Seven

I started writing this chapter in February 2017 as

Alison Kells with this book that

will be published on CD, Book, Website, and FILM and will be broadcast t

o more than a billion people....

This will probably be the b e s t form of motivation to you the readers

of this book 'My Father, The President....' Towards the start

of this book I had dreams

to follow in the f o o t p r i n t s of my husband Omar Abdulla who this

book is dedicated too...I am Alison Kells and when I start this chapter

I am 24 years old and Omar is 32 years old....Omar Abdulla who plans

to lead the country as President of South Africa was caught one

day crying in his room

when I decided to ask him a few questions about his life and

certain elements

that will see him lead our country as President...

I would also suggest

that you review previous chapters to gain a bette

r understanding

of what this book is all about....

Alison: Why are you crying my love...What's up...?

Omar: I am crying because of this song thats playing...I love my

father and my mother

so much and I am grateful for what they have

blessed me with today...

I feel that I am the luckiest person in the whole world....

Alison: Then why shed a tear....Don't let me cry with you and

drown my heart...

What Song?? Not Shar Rukh Khan magic again??

Omar: I was thinking about what they have given me, and I feel

that I have such a large task to provide the same

growing-up to our own children....

Omar: A Song from an Indian film....I am heartfelt

because I feel that

although I am doing well for myself something

is missing...

Alison: What's missing in your life...We have everything that a

family can own and dream about....!

Omar: Well, when you have seen the things I have seen in my past,

you would also cry...There are so many memories, so many

'treasured moments...' in what I lost and what I gained...

I learnt today that the

past does not equal the future....

Alison: We have four children and our past has

always been

memories of bliss...What's missing and why cry like a

baby my love...What did you loose in your

past that is missing today....

Omar: You know we can talk and say how much our parents have

done for us, yet sometimes you want that feeling to know

that you have the backing from the entire nation to lead the country

as President...

One can have trillions of rands on paper, but it means nothing if you ar

e sad and heartfelt...

Our love is great and I am happy with you...What's missing

is my past in a shell

to showcase the memories I once had....We practice hard

to what we want

to achieve, yet I have this empty feeling that I have failed or

let down certain of my friends....

Alison: Oh love, don't come down too hard on yourself...

You know Michael

Jackson failed 70 percent of the time- I was reading

an article...

What made him stick out from millions of fans is

his ability to never

give up...Your bad dreams these last months

will come to an end...

You should be proud of what you have achieved baby....

Omar: Thats funny....You know me for the last

e i g h t years...

Perhaps I am behaving

like a fussy child...You know I feel that my ego is somewhat dented....

Alison: Dented how...?

Omar: In School I would win all contests and awards

and always be the winner

who took all prizes on stage...This time I feel that the

competition is much larger

and 'empowering my dreams....' I feel that I have somewhat lost direction

off the course that I was planning years ago...

Alison: So lets gets back on course...You are not a sailor-sailing to India....

Omar: I realize that my actions have not become a full reality...

I am missing so much...

You would never know....Perhaps the empty gaps in my heart

will be filled later in my life....

Alison: You are 32 years old....Which 50 year old can show me what

you have achieved...

People talk about Shar Rukh Khan and all these Bollywood actors,

to me- that means nothing because when I see the

sparkle in your eyes

I realize that I am starring at my dream guy....

Omar: I liss for Chicken Licken....I am going to grab

something to eat,

I will chat to you later...I love you...And Thank You...

Alison: Why do you have to run away when we are in the

middle of a conversation...I will fry samoosa's

to soothe your hunger....

Omar: Not running away....I just feel that my support base

has doubled in

the last five years and I don't know how to '

woo-my audiences,'

the way I did...

I feel that I just don't have it in me anymore....

Alison: I watched you on television on the evening news...

Everything looks

'smooth sailing,' from here on end....

Omar: Looks can be tricky...I might look all hunky dory-but it has to do

with me and not us...So relax love...

Alison: No Omar, we are married....What's on your mind is also

on my mind...Spit it out....

Omar: You know once I told you if I had a rose for you I

would never leave my garden....

Alison: Yes, go on....



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Omar: Well, I feel that I have been pricked

by a rose that I

plucked out of the

Japanese Garden...My heart, mind and body just

needs healing...

I'm sure the self-powering Omar will be back soon to bite

you in the ass...

Alison: Haha, Well what are you going to talk about at

The White House tomorrow....

Omar: I am still preparing my speech...I guess the best speech

is a speech from the heart....

Alison: I will be right by your side...All Ways-Watching and

speaking to you...I promise....

Omar: I promise I will be your guiding force and soul mate for life...

Oh- by the way, I bought you a gift....Check under your pillow....

Omar: I love you....

Alison: I love you....

It was at about this time that I fell pregnant with my

fifth child before

Omar left for Midrad....He had left to Spain to meet with

United Nations leaders to establish South Africa with

international members from the community...

He had forged relationships with key leaders for the

investment into

in the country if certain interest rate policies were kept...

Although The United States was known as the

Diamond Exchange

of North America, other countries had offered to

purchase shares

and take control of certain markets in The United States

according to Russian and Chinese investors...

He had also established networks for the control of

oil prices if certain

vehicle manufacturers were to import the

'hydrogen cars,' that will use

water as fuel...Something that Arabian leaders had

not taken well too...

Our children Sakeena, Akber, Fathima and Zakiyyah

were growing up

well-knowing that their parents love will always

shadow them,

wherever they walked...When Omar returned from

Madrid in April 2017

we had booked Omar in stadiums for his leadership approach

selling more than fifteen million seats in fifteen states...

I would tour with Omar over the next three months to

strengthen his polls as the future President of South Africa...

The community has worshiped Omar's talks and applauded the

Minister with his 'hard and smart,' work at the top

level in Parliament...

He had discussed issues ranging from family

housing, politics,

education, spending, crime, human rights, and

'new ways,' of

speeding American competition to compete with

w o r l d markets....His businesses traded on several

exchanges had rocketed on the news of his power

and provided a net cash return of 88 percent for


who had invested in the Footprints Stock Exchange,

an exchange that held more than 5000 businesses from

the 5000 000-00 businesses...

He had always said that the key to success in any business is not

Capitol but the ability to maintain a balance between

marketing power,

true business skills, 'old-fashioned trade,' and internal promotion

of ones ideas and ethos...

When Omar returned in April 2017 he had said that he took courses on

speaking and 'jovial leadership,' from Anthony Robbins,

Robben Banks, Mike Lipkin, Bruce Willis, John Kehoe

and many other speakers to help motivate his

stand for election...

In 2025, it would be his first run as President of South

Africa and no-matter what I

spoke to him about, he always listened with o p e n ears....

I will always admire Omar Abdulla because of his

ability to 'never say die,'

even when things sometimes look bleak and UN-attaining....

His mind power within himself will always be

remembered by me because he

taught me that we do things 'most of the time,'

for the entertainment

of others and for the self-happiness for oneself...

Something dreamy and sexy about him...

I suppose when you are past the dating phase with

a Man, you look at a person from

how he see's himself from someone else's 'eyes...'

Sometimes we have to change our thinking towards

how we love, Sometimes

we have to change our thinking towards how we see

the 'outer scope of life....'

As the old saying his father says 'when life throws you

a lemon-make lemonade....'

During the time of April 2017 I recorded some information

with my husband which I will gladly share with you....

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O M A R often shared his pleasure and pain moments with me,

perhaps because

pain was a force that pulled him down or stagnated his growth...

He would often say that his power is limited because he wanted to save his

mood towards a certain pain. I guess even the most powerful person

in the world

has pain that one has to deal with-I know the way Omar deals with

pain is- he either lets it out on himself by being moody with me or

not doing anything....I can remember this because when we were

dating he would often get frustrated by me by 'wasting his time,' and feeling

that what he did-did not matter...I bet that's why we are married....He would

often get upset if certain goals were not achieved-financially, emotionally

and physically....At that time he had received w o r d from his trainer

that he required to gain 30 pounds in a sport that he enjoyed to

compete with his friends-Boxing....Omar loved boxing

and at times he would come home all beaten up

and sometimes he would laugh at the failure

of his opponents...

A sport that built his muscle tone and mental strength...Omar had

hired several

coaches over his career to improve all sectors of his life including

health, wealth, wisdom, relationships and mental attitude...

He had focused on achieving results for himself and

later transformed

this information to his family, his friends, his community and

his 'uBuntu people....'

One evening Omar and I were invited to The Minister of Aviation

wedding party whereby I truly got to understand what picks

on his heart and mind...

I wore a red dress that he had chosen for me whilst he wore a black tuxedo

and our children wore designer gowns designed by Miami's finest specialist...

We were talking on the table until I realized why Omar ran

after the post as President of South Africa....

"Ever since I read Apartheid stories about South Africa in the local media,

I always felt a sense of uneasiness towards the current government...

Sure Enough, when South Africa was led by a black majority we did

manage to weed ourselves out of a horrid past....I believe

that if I lead our

country as President, I would not only add a dimension

to color consciousness,

but also I believe with the teachings that I have learnt

I believe the days of 'baby-step growth,' are over...

As Americans, we should 'admire and aspire,' to role-models

from our history

to better the scope and visions of the future...." Abdulla said....

It was then that he asked me on the dance floor to share

a special dance with him

and later took the stage with Sakeena and Fathima-loving

and showcasing their affection towards them...

Zakiyyah was growing up fast and cute and would start taking her first

steps in a few months....She had gotten along well with her siblings

and they always spoiled her with bundles of attention and love...

Omar on the other hand had seven siblings whom we all got along

with-who were invited to the same wedding....I remember sharing

special conversations with his sisters Farhana and Salima-that evening...

One thing, they always supported whatever desires he followed and

always complemented our 'loving relationship,' at the best of

their knowledge and heart....

We had attended several weddings where Omar had worked his charm

on our family and he enjoyed meeting new people and

'mingling with society,'...At times I would think that he is an extrovert,

whilst my talks remained for the bedroom....We would often discuss

his past, my past, and our future dreams...He often spoke about creating

pleasure in our relationship besides in the bedroom...I guess when

you are married- you always look for ways to compete your husband

in certain ways...

I decided to write this book because of the constant attention

Omar received and the popularity he had in South Africa and now

in the United States....Our memories will always be

remembered including our

'passionate dating season,' that I will always remember...

I guess the difference between dating and marriage is security...

Omar's father once told me that a woman will love him for security

and not based on love...

That is what perhaps I would have to dis-agree with

because love forms

the foundation of every relationship..

Our United States government was marketing Omar quickly

to become the nations

head in 2025, but there were so many gaps to filter...

I read in one of George Bush's books that a President is not created by

the people, 'a President is created in his heart, mind, body and spirit,'...

When Omar and I first started dating he told me that the secret to life

is pure love...

I laughed and later realized that he was right about so many

things I later discovered on my own....

Whilst I was pregnant with our fifth child I started learning 'new things,'

about my relationship with Omar and the meaning of being a mother

to a child....I realized that no-matter what a mother will always love her

children no-matter what the outcome....A mother is the keeper of the

home and the cherisher of the father...

A mother has so many qualities that I even called my mother up on this

mother's day and told her how much I love her, and how much

I wanted to do for her...Growing up we sometimes take our

parents for granted because we are always busy with the elements of life...

Only later when we become mothers do we truly understand

the meaning of a mother...To me, a father is more like the person who is the head

of the household and shares in the 'glitter and glamour,' of their children's lives...

I realized after some thought that a mother is more important to her children

than a father because a father is only in name...A father will be there when

you need him, and will not come to you if you don't ask...

I later realized that asking my father for time or anything was a

chore on it's own because he was at times selfish towards me...

I guess Omar as a father was different...He always ran around looking

and questioning his little brats for what they wanted...

Perhaps I am being biased because I am a mother....But Omar

knows that a child

requires both parents to be able to lead in all ways....

A father is the bread-winner and most of the time once a

child has past

a certain age, he moves on....To a mother, a child will always be a

child even if the child is as old as 60. I learnt this from my mother

in law who always 'spoon fed,' Omar....She would

always 'do the little bits,'

that a father could care-less about...Even my own father, Herman,

once I got married he got out of my life and till today I still receive

texts from him...

When I needed advice when I was pregnant-my mother was the first

one to be there. The reason I am addressing such a 'touchy topic,'

is because I have visited many homes that families grew up

without either a mother or a father and I realized that

most children will choose their mother, perhaps because

they are soft spoken, perhaps because a mother will do

anything for her child....So, if you are one of the millions of people

who read this- who grew up without a parent...Ring them up now,

and tell them how you feel...Because if you don't truly be honest

to your father or mother, they will never know...

Be sure to be humble-with the greatest of respect. I

sometimes fight with my

father because I tell him he never loved me enough and shout

him for how selfish he was when I was growing up...All people

and all nations have parents...So if you learn't anything from

this book, learn to forgive the ms-haps your parents brought

upon you and learn

to erase their mistakes and make your own future better...

Otherwise if you have read thus far, you have learn't nothing...

American's must learn patience and the willingness to forgive

p a s t mistakes and carry on....We live once in this lifetime,

so we might as well do our best to do our parents proud,

otherwise our life is meaningless and remember that if you

fail to love your parents-you have failed the scope of life...

I remember a joke when I was about ten and

I wrote a mothers day

card to my mother telling her how grand and

loving she is...She smiled...

And then I asked her...Mummy, when is children's day...She laughed at

me and said that my dearest Alison-Your day is everyday, and you can

have anything you want everyday....That will stick with me until the

day I get laid to rest....I remember Omar once told me that

heaven lies at the bottom of your mothers feet,

so if you are still living with your parents...

Do yourself a favor and massage her feet on a daily basis...

This will not only bring you reward in this life, but in

the hereafter....

We must learn to say 'thank you,' and 'I love you,' on a daily basis to both

our parents and no money in the world can work its tune on your parents...

As American's we should take our parents like the two hands we

have on either side...

They cannot do without each other...And when they come together,

they will come together to applaud your effort towards them...

Whilst The United States was growing at a fast-paced speed

I started meeting

new people and realized the importance of today...

When things are not going according to plan-sometimes

it's good to re-plan

and act again...

Although Omar's speeches were being viewed by almost

every person in the country

he was being appreciated by the right people and constantly being

referred to people overseas...2017 for many people was a year

that changed many peoples movements towards acting

in the right way...

We had celebrated our six years together and we were

teaching our children

the right ways to act towards their friends and family...

When things were getting well for us towards the mist of 2017,

I understood the meaning of

'changing ones movements and mindset to attract results...'

I often spoke to Omar whilst on his way to the office about certain

things he should tackle with government and the local community...

It's funny that people support you when your

'attitude and altitude,' is in tune with

the current community...

To me, success was doing the right thing and feeling the right way...

Special Birthday's and moments will always hold memories in one's brain,

but I think the best specialty is getting your work appreciated

by the community

and the right people...Omar always had 'wise words,'

to say about me and that formed the foundation of our relationship...

Our children were the foundation and meaning of our

relationship and to me that mean't the 'world of difference...'


 Speaking about achieving the right results Omar had a certain way of tuning his brain

into the right tune...

Sometimes it would take it ages to achieve a certain result and I helped

him by changing his constant habits and thinking....Sometimes changing

a certain pattern is the MOST IMPORTANT way to attract results...

He never had a problem with attracting attention because he had the looks,

personality, knowledge, 'guts and gawl,' and stamina to attract the right people...

Ever heard the saying 'it's not who you know, it's where you go...'

Before sleeping we would often learn from each other and visualize the outcome

of what he wanted and how he wanted to feel...

We can all let our dreams become a reality, the only thing

is what we want and

the 'attention we place on it....' I remember how difficult it was

sometimes to attract

the right shareholders in our business who would grow

the business in the

right direction...

Prayer and constant faith in God would achieve the ultimate r e s u l t s....

Pension rates were increased by 30 percent and pension personalities was

changed to 60 for both men and women...The government had issued an

'amnesty,' for prisoners who were behind bars for five years for

inclusion of a 'new trial,' with the success of technology and others would

receive up-to five years off their prison sentence....

The national broadcast had been increased from fourteen free-television channels

to forty-two with the investment of up-to 121 billion dollars in the

entertainment sector...

Households would receive 'tax-rebates,' if they lived with four or more people...

Hospice Centers and the inclusion of 'old-age,' homes would be speed-ed

up with an investment of 31 dollars rand by government...

Public schools would be free to all American's...Business Managers and Managing

Directors will be allocated free-advertising in magazines if certain income ratio's

were maintained...

The amnesty for taking money 'out of the country,' will be increased from

$750 000-00 to $1.4 million dollars...

Foreigners will be allocated a passport in the country if living in the country

for more than two years with the security of a job profile...

Bank names will be re-issued or un-barred after five years from the numeral state....

23 billion dollars will be spent on the 'land development act,' for cheaper housing for

persons who are disabled...Income tax will be reduced for 'high-income,'

earners by 10 percent....Housing for large properties will be levy-free...

Children will be able to have sex at the tender age of 16-changed from 18...

Personalities who are unemployed will receive a $3300-00 income

from government for one year-if below the age of pension...

Banks will be taxed by a further 7 percent by income....Parents who are divorced but

have children will have to undergo 'management conversations,' and the law of divorce

will later be discussed in this book....University Fees will be reduced by 30 percent

and a further 15 universities will be built for persons who cannot afford University...

Persons who have lost amounts in share -traded -investments will be allocated

a 25 percent return guaranteed by government...

F O U R new telecommunication operators will be introduced in the country...

Prices of fuel and high-taxed goods will be allowed to be imported by cheaper

exporting nations....No banking fees will be allocated to persons under 28..

These are some of the changes discussed with Members of Parliament

and senior government officials in 2017...

Omar had met with Members of Congress on a weekly basis to see if

The United States was 'keeping up to the taste,' of a first world country...

Very often he would say that some of the discoveries created by Man

were better than some of the American and British Universities...

He was spending hard and quality time behind his desk working out

ways of managing the economy...

I later realized that 'all talk and no play,' makes jack a dull boy..

His speedy talk in speeches on national radio and television

were 'always filled,'

with passion, magic, lust and honesty....He was quickly building polls

in all corners of the country as 'the most talked,' about celebrity

in the country...His release of four films this year will add a dimension

to his thinking and fans...

Once Omar finished with his speech's in stadiums he

would always share

a special 'dance,' and talk about ways of creating a

better future for all...

On the 17th of October 2017- one afternoon I had went into the

garage of our castle and read some of the diaries Omar wrote

since he was able to write..

You would be amazed by some of the truths and realizations I

realized on this day....

Alison: I have never seen so many love letters and fan mail to one

person in my entire life....

Omar: What are you doing snooping through 'old rubbish,'

Alison: I just thought that I'd make some space in the garage, Whew...

AM I amazed....Where did you get so many love letters and fan mail....

I am amazed by the amount of love-letters you

received in your past....

Omar: Ahh, that's nothing....Those letters were received

when I was in love

with many women and the notes scribbled to me....

Alison: You have four bags filled with so

many love-letters and a further

seven bags filled with articles about Omar Abdulla...

Omar: When you smart, you get that kinda attention-in

school, University

and till today...Imagine I stored all the messages I have

on my computer and mobile...

Alison: For what it's worth love....I love you much more

and don't forget

that even though I love you so much, I know that our love gets

stronger each day...

Omar: Well, thank you...It took me a long time to find you Alison...

I was just thinking how grateful I am to the creator....

Alison: So what is your secret to achieving all of this and so much

that I don't know about....

Omar: When you love someone, in the past or today

or even the future,

never try to trick the person you love...Keep to the

deals and promises


Sure we are not all angels-like Mother Teresa...

Perhaps the oldest saying

in the book...'Honesty is the best policy...'

Alison: My, My, these girls date back from as early as 2001...

Omar: Yeah, Yeah, they are trophies of my achievements...

In school my trophies- I have lost count, so I kept

these messages

from the people to remember my past and know how

much some of them hurt me....

ALison: Hurt you...??

Omar: Yes, if you have not been hurt in your life...

You are not human...The greatest victory is to see the people

after some time, knowing that you have won...

Alison: How Childish...!

Omar: I Know...Perhaps memories to remember the days

I was a 'romeo of hearts...'

Alison: Oh Romeo, Oh Romeo...I am thy Juliet forever...

And I love you so much....

Omar: Thy feeling is mutual....

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My Father, The President,'
Chapter Eight

If you have read the l a s t seven chapters I award you for keeping
up with me, and do yourself a favour and pat yourself on the back...
I started writing this chapter before my fifth child is being born...
I currently have four children namely; Sakeena, Akber,
Fathima and Zakiyyah Abdulla...
Omar and I went through thousands of names before
the birth of our fifth
child and was given the due date that the child will be
born in early November
Omar's run for The American presidency will take effect next year-with his
fan base and millions of supporters behind his name, his style, his personality
and his 'hot looks...'
I was feeling nervous for Omar because I constantly heard him practicing
his speech's in a room filled with microphones and a sound proof room...
He had established networks to release a 12 part CD speaking about the
future of 'uBuntu,' and the relationships he experienced...
This 12 part CD will feature his talks and memories and
will be available next year and covers the speech's and talks
he had spoken about...
This should be motivation to you as the reader to follow your heart and
true passions about yourself and the people you associate yourself with...
I was starting to feel 'love and drive,' because my new child
was being born
and I chose to keep the gender of the sex a secret before I give birth
on the 11 November 2017...
Since I am a white-female and Omar is a Muslim Memon
we were always
asked questions about our relationship and opinions always oozed
our way wherever we went out.....

Many turn-arounds were established in 2017 as The
United States
was gearing herself up towards a free-fair election and many
had spoken a
bout Omar's w o r d s....
Many said that he was c r a z y to take on such a challenge,
some said that the country needed an Indian as
President of South Africa,
and some said that it was 'his way, his touch, his ambiance and his
benevolence,' that he would receive voters from the public...
I did not want him to fail towards his dreams and I always
gave him way
to 'hedge his ideas,' if he wanted...
The way Omar dealt with pressure is that he would take long
drives in the evening 'drowning his sorrows...'
He was a good father to say the least because he attended
all the children's functions and gave note to people who
wanted to meet him...He was not lazy,
rather a bit perplexed about certain dreams he had within himself...
He always told me that if we live a life in a cloud we would never
be rain...
Sometimes he would listen to music and just
relax his sorrows and
work harder than before...
Omar was never a hard worker, the way a person were
to carry bricks...
Instead he would calm his mind and work-out ways of
creating things 'anew,'
not only in our relationship-but the relationships he had
with many friends, family, supporters and voters...
His fifteen films released to South Africa, United States,
India, Sri-Lanka, Australia, Zimbabwe, Egypt and Pakistan were
related to 'love ethics,' and concentrated
on the 'love bubble of life...'
Omar is the m o s t loving person I met and when I asked him what
made him run for United States presidency he said that he was
constantly being pulled apart by fans who wanted to see him
'break-dance,' The SA presidency like a joke...
I know it was thousands of hours spent behind computers,
camera's, radio microphones and tel-communication media
that sparked his enthusiasm towards The South African Presidency...
He was constantly being motivated by tabloids in South Africa,
Russia, China, India and France to spur The United States towards
a new realm and focus...When he does become
President of The United States many pressure
building arguments will only start to shadow
focus and attention....


They say that when we are born our future is written for us according
to Muslims, Christians, Hindu's and Jews and I truly believe in this
otherwise God would not give him the ambition towards leading South Africa as
our President...
Many talks I had with Omar always involved our children, our dreams,
'our love,' and our future and yet a man who understands that
life should be taken as a 'purpose of tomorrow,' will always be remembered...
Very often, we fail at certain dreams that we want and thats where it stops...
Sometimes our dreams change and sometimes our dreams become a reality...
We should remember that life is not a barter deal, it's real and if we screw
this lifetime up....We have only ourselves to blame...In all ways....

I had often traveled with Omar in America to better
understand what people
wanted and how they perceived life....Some people associated him
because of his talent, others had purchased some of the material
he was selling, others showed interest in his popularity and others
wanted to venture into new businesses...What I always learnt
from Omar was his ability to mend his ideas and thoughts to
suite the occasion...
Very often the shows that he would perform were sold-out and he
would speak about 'the uBuntu,' and many times he would
showcase his
talent on stage to literally thousands of people. He would often hire
'special props,' to cater for persons who wanted to hear his voice
and share what he had to offer...Perhaps over time you get
so used to the same routine and learn his words for him...
He always told me that 'repetition is the mother of skill,' and now
I know what it meant...
He had never performed on stage abroad and was planning to speak
in South Africa, Britain, Japan and China to help build his polls
as President....His 'presidential dreams,' got some-what tainted as
government had said that he was 'too young,' to be President and a
further five years will have to be waited for him to run as President...
This was the law of the country as a Man could only be President
at a minimum age of forty...Thus he had a further five years
to strengthen his knowledge, fan base, personality and whatever
people looked for as a person who could be 'the most
important president of the country....'

We had sifted through baby books with the birth of our second son
on the second Sunday of November namely Ebrahim. I had read
stories in the Holy Bible about Prophet Abraham and liked the name...
Omar had said that Ebrahim was his grandfather's name and liked the
'old-fashioned,' name of Ebrahim...Ebrahim was born whilst we were in
Miami and this time we had planned the date as a way of 'getting
out of the city....' Omar had investors in Miami and took a month
break from his 'busy lifestyle,' for our Ebrahim to be born. I always loved
Miami because Omar would get drunk just by eating Grapes...
We had visited Vineyards and many businesses that took well to his
approach and marketing....Our children were on their holiday
break and took some time to share time with their father and mother...
I had insisted to the doctor that I was planning more
children and asked him
what age's I would be able to follow through as a mother...
He told me that my biological clock could last up-to the age of 45...
Since I was in school I always loved the sight of children and children
bring me the 'highest of joy...'
Our own children was starting to get
bigger and they always knew the importance of love towards
one's parents. Omar had taken time to relax on the shorelines
and ponder about ways to improve his speech's, writings,
memo's and recordings to instill the 500 million people in
The United States, India, China the many thousands of
'new messages,'
he would bring to the table when he speaks to
Parliament next year.

After some time Omar started gearing momentum and
speed in Parliament
and was honored as the only personality in Parliament with
three Minister holdings including The Minister of Finance,
Minister of Justice and Minister of Stock Markets...This was an
honour given to him by the current President as many folk from
the community were pushing him towards the 'presidential title...'
When we returned from Miami we were back in our community of
Philadelphia and things really looked good...I could not believe
the amount of luck Omar had in business as he was offered many
Directorships in over twenty companies trading on the local
New York Stock Exchange...O m a r had chosen to be aloof when
trading the stock market as he believed that fear and greed
were two emotions that could 'double,' his investment risk...
At times he would hold positions in the market of up-to
14 billion dollars and he would be glued to screens awaiting
news from the United States, Japan, South Africa and China...
News played a vital role in 'toying,' with buyers and sellers
at the exchange...
I would often visit the exchange to understand what the
'trading floor,' is all about...
It's not just about white-collared men dressed in suites...
These guys actually sweat when reading the markets and
one could easily learn from people who
'knew what they were doing....'

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One afternoon in late December 2017 he had received a gift from Parliament in the form of a
Longbow helicopter...This was from the pr-historic days and received the gift
from Members of Parliament because of his 'valiant efforts,' at nagging at
polls at the SA Presidency...
He had taken five pilot lessons and was awarded with a shield to honor his
He had decided to purchase a nearby park in the community from the city
council to park the helicopter and would be used for 'light travel,' in
The United States.
This was one of many gifts he had received from Congress
that would win his attention with his friends, his community,
'his country,' and his fans...He had worked on every aspect
of government and helped Members to achieve goals that were
scripted long before American democracy...
He was slowly wearing his tune with the black community
although he had the
support of all whites, Asians and coloreds in the country...
I remember when we
visited Miami earlier this year, people would queue for his signature
that one day he would lead South Africa as President...
I would say many felt confident in his leadership approach because
he was never an arrogant person...He always took his hand out
to shake hands with anyone....And perhaps that was his greatest
'power- drive,'
whilst meeting members from the community...
One evening we were swimming in our pool and side-stepped
to have a conversation....

Omar: Brrrr....The water is icy cold for this time of the year....

Alison: You know I should of swam in the Olympics....The water is not
cold, it's just we never turned the solar-panels on...
You were the smart guy who wanted to swim at midnight...

Omar: So, how are you my kitten....

Alison: I am well thanks, I am so happy....Our children are the
epic of my eyes...

Omar: Good, Good...I love our children....
You keep your body
as 'hot as hell,'even
though you have five children....

Alison: No work in the gym goes un-wasted....I was thinking that we
should take the kids out on Sunday to the bird park
or a museum....

Omar: Good Idea....Brrrr.....Please pass me the towel....

Alison: I feel that you are 'natures gift,' and I don't know how much
to thank God for what he has blessed us with....You should know
that I love to work for Footprints Filmworks and the many things you....

Omar: I love Footprints Filmworks too...I have big dreams
for my business and I know that people will support the ventures
we invest in because we put more than our 100 percent in...
I hope I lived up-to your expectations as a husband and father
to our children....

Alison: You have done more of our job which keeps me '
looking forward to the next....'
We should go for a hot shower and share some
'midnight romance,' whilst the children are asleep...

Omar: Wow, what an idea. Tell me why do you love
so intensely...
I thought relationships are only based on sex and
everything else falls away...??

Alison: My father taught me that if you do your best-there is
no turning back...When I was a teenager I would dream to
love one person and make that person my everything...
Perhaps the women you dated in the past did not
have these qualities....

Omar: Let's not talk about them....I love when a person has so much
passion towards how she does things...I love your mother
skills and your ability to make 'all things rosy...'

Alison: Rosy? What do you mean....?

Omar: Well, you have a certain quality that makes me at peace
with who I am today...No-one does that ever....And you have
'long conversations,' that I love to share into...

Alison: You mean you actually like my stories...Well, they are all true
and I love talking about our past, our now, and our future...
Does it not make you want more from me.

Omar: The butterflies in my stomach are singing...
After our shower I want an omelet and cheese...We might not be at a
hotel, let's make our castle our hotel....

Alison: Okay, I have to be up early, I have to drop the children to school...I
will make a special roast in the oven...Omar, I want to say to you
no-matter what....I will truly, madly, deeply love you...All the time...

Omar: Please leave the soppy stories for movie night on Saturday...
I want to watch a nice film at the mall this weekend...

Alison: Yeah, so we can cuddle- up like old times....

Omar: Like old times...Let's go to Oregan, put the children in for a
cartoon film and lets watch Superman-The new series...

Alison: Okay love....Meet you in the shower, you right...It is freezing...
They can watch with us....Superman reminds me of your brothe
r Sikander......Tell your parents and the rest of your family to join us..
You have not spent time with them in months...
Put the heater on in our room too...

2018 had just started and the community of The United States was
sparked with 'new inventions,' ranging from new business
opportunities to physical devices...
The country had also spent $32 million dollars on the Lunar Space
Shuttle that visits Mars in January as part of it's expedition...
Other companies that were rated 'tops,' in The United States
included General Motors, Exxon, Amka Products,'Wal-mart,', Mcdonalds,
American Swiss, Rand Merchant Bank and Coca-Cola...
Several South African businesses including The Footprints Stock Exchange
merged with the American Stock Exchange and listed as franchise business
specializing in film-making, trade-investment, radio broadcasting
and 'dining cuisine....'
Businesses had invested large sums abroad as the country had promoted
investing into foreign companies as a hedge against risk...
Omar once said that 'my thoughts, my words and my actions
are powerful tools of attraction....'
Most people don't even take the time to write down goals
and some of them have a glance of 'what they choose to achieve,'
on a yearly basis...
Sure enough, our goals change, and yet we should never forget the
brilliance and effective dreams that our energy becomes a radiant
light towards the future...
I remember whilst I was at school I wanted to achieve
'higher goals of achievement,'
with my friends and personally with the exercises practiced I achieved it...
My association with Omar was always felt from a far distance and the impact
hit me hard when we met in 2010....So yes, have the ability to take
time out and work towards mastering your dreams....Go out there and dare
to be 'awesome...'
Whilst Omar was working his way the podium as President of South Africa,
we had often worked on affirmations as a way of cementing certain
thoughts and deeds into his mind...We cannot just say we want
to achieve it and it happens...Sometimes it does...
Sometimes it really takes effort from the gut of ones soul...
I would often listen to jazz music whilst relaxing and working
on what I wanted and used the tools learn't -taught by
my teachers to put whatever I 'desired and destined,' for into application...
I always thought of myself as a peak performer who rose above the rest...
I guess Omar is the performer on stage whilst I sat behind the stage
'holding my thumbs,' for the success and dreams he shared
with South Africa and the rest of the world....

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Omar's parents had supported his ventures although his father had constantly
nagged him to 'snap out his fetish wishes...' His father knew
that his son's greatest distributor in any form was himself and advised
his son to follow the teachings of his...His father was once
upon a time the mayor of the local community before the
early 1980's...
We are in the year 2018 and sometimes his father forgets that
with generation 'new forms,' of genuine leadership unfoils...
His father who turns 73 in February kept strong by care-taking
of his children and forming relationships with Omar's friends...
Omar would always tell me that his father was his most 'beloved gift,'
and always praised his work for his community, his lifestyle, his leadership
and his age momentum...
I suppose when you are 73, you earn money just because of your age...
Omar had earned his money through thousands of ways that the community
had offered...
His father Akber Abdulla was by far Omar's greatest role-model in all fields
and his m o t h e r had pushed him towards the SA Presidency
because of her firm belief and teaching to her son....Our children were
good grandchildren to the Abdulla family and Omar would
receive calls at odd hours about things that he should address in
Parliament, business meetings, 'general seminars,' and selling opportunities...
I have noticed that Omar was never the type of person to sit back
and expect opportunities to knock on his door...From a young age
of 26 he had knocked on doors in South Africa urging members
of the community to support and invest in projects that
would outweigh the current South African rein...
He had only built speed and polls in South Africa in the last eight
years because he met the right people and associated in the
right environment...
Very often, the community we are from dictates our opportunities
or the way we use our energy, creative power, business tools and
I had expected more from technology in 2018 but realized that
the 'old-fashioned,'
way of trade was the best form of business because the community
had 'always,' put cash down on an investment that sold
security and honest genius trade....I was never interested
in the art of business as Alison, because my job was a
backing job, providing support and advise to what Omar did or does...
When Omar met with Cabinet in the first week of 2018, government
elections were planned for May and further goals were set by
to achieve in the country which I will discuss in chapter
ten and eleven according to international news network Reuters...
Many had said that a coalition government should be formed
between the parties concerned to form two competitive
parties under one government....




FF News: Current


Christmas Edition for 2014...

Information may be fictional

when going

to press...

Why Pornography 'destroys,'

relationships says sex expert,

Dr. Natalie Kruger...!!

(18 December 2014--FF News) The pornography

market of

the international community totals more

than $50 billion

dollars per annul, more than any network station


including Disney, Nu Metro, American Cinema's



of other major listed companies says

Dr. Natalie Kruger...

Kruger says that community residents

internationally are affected

by two types of porn including


porn including

sexual images and acts, this being

male porn,

and female porn

being 'soft-soap,' romance stories

and films...

"It's unfortunate that watching porn


a n y relationship,

and whether we like it or not it is a

form of


and sub-consciously,

we are sharing the relationship

with a fictional


who sparks

emotion, both in men and women..."

Author, Mr. Michael McDonald notes to

Footprints in London, 

that he was 'single-2-mingle,' for

a period of three

years without

having sex, and watched porn

on a daily basis...

"I did not realize that I was denting

my personality

by watching

these arousing films...It creates a sought off

fictional authority

with the person on screen, and in those three

years I never landed

one date...After doing some

research on the

addiction, I stopped

the habit for a period of three

months, and I

was dating again...


porn dents the personality and allows

the male to

'blow-his-load,' without

even having the emotion of dating and love..."

Another sex expert, Dr. Nadia Tayob told

The Sunday Sun,

that males who often watch porn,

fail to command

the relationship

in the bedroom, fail to produce

high quality

love making and fail

hopelessly when it comes to romance...

"For men saying the I love you

word is simple...

They can say

they love hamburgers, they can say they

love watching

Football, they can say they love


without having

the real emotion of true love...

Women who fall for these

cowmen are often left heart


in months to come.."


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    Justin Bieber - Beauty And

    A Beat ft. Nicki Minaj

    with Footprints Filmworks

    Father of F O U R, Mr. Johan Johnson

    says that he

    was married for sixteen

    years before the porn market

    exploded which

    destroyed his

    marriage and leaving

    his wife and children forever...

    "When I started watching porn,

    was when

    my wife would

    work till the

    late hours in the evening...You see,

    my wife is a

    nurse and often worked

    till late at night and would make love

    about three times per week...

    Being the male that I am, I often

    read dirty


    and watched porn,

    and when we would make love,

    I was often


    when making love,

    and it was just an act, just to

    have my semen

    spread all over her...It took the

    relationship out within two years,

    and affected

    my children tremendously.."

    Another female resident who spoke

    to The Citywide Express,

    says that she was single for a

    period of two years

    and often watched

    'prince like stories,' that normally

    asks for a shower

    late in the evening...

    "I often watched and read

    interesting books

    and novels where I somewhat

    felt the romance in my heart...

    I could not get the real

    man of my dreams

    because these films blocked my

    sexual desire

    to be with a man...I have

    now decided to abstain from emotional

    films that make me fall in

    love with the character on screen."

    Sex Expert, Dr. Natalie Kruger goes

    on to say to women

    that sex is 'your bargaining tool,'

    and never, ever, open

    your legs without a ring on your finger..

    "Let's face it, most men, don't love

    us before we

    actually do

    get married, so why in God's name

    should we offer them sex

    before we actually have a ring around

    our finger...Sure, they

    will tell us long stories of how they love us,

    and how they want

    to spend the rest of their lives

    with us,

    all to get us in the

    sack...Once they have us in

    the sack, it's either

    this has come up,

    or that needs to be done, and

    we end up

    heart broken with

    a loss on our hands..."

    Dating Expert, Mrs. Michelle Anderson

    says that you have to be

    'open-'n-honest,' with yourself when

    attracting the right partner...

    "Very often we judge ourselves as

    a 7/10, why in the world

    are we watching men who are

    quarterbacks, when in reality,

    we will never be able to date them...

    We should judge ourselves

    on criteria, including religion, looks,

    hygiene, personality, health,

    wealth and wisdom...The same way, if

    a geek freak who has four

    eyes watches porn films, and thinks

    that someday he will attract

    a 10/10 when infact he is a 4/10, he is not

    being honest with himself,

    and this will push his emotional barrier far

    beyond normal...We should

    be honest with ourselves, and date and

    admire people who are in

    similar leagues as us...Most relationships

    either break or end up

    in divorce is when the boyfriend is a 9/10

    and the girlfriend is

    a 5/10, as the gap is too large...We should


    ourselves honestly,

    and based on this criteria, we should

    look for a man...

    If we are

    chubby without a job and had a

    bad upbringing,

    it would

    be quite difficult to attract

    Mr. Prince Charming

    on a white horse,

    we should be realistic in what

    we choose."

    Teenager, Miss. Anastasia Nicole noted

    to The Friday Tabloid,

    that she is not that all grand looking,

    passed only grade 10,

    and often watched "Cinderella,'

    type movies

    to make her feel

    better about herself...

    "When I stopped watching these

    'pie-in-the-sky,' films about

    how the guy on stage made me feel,

    it opened my heart

    to the true prince who came along...

    Sure, he might not

    be the most good looking person

    in the world, but he

    sure does make me happy."


    Dr. Natalie Kruger concluded to

    Footprints in South Africa, that

    if you truly, madly, deeply want to

    attract the

    prince of your

    dreams, the wife for fifty years, or

    the girlfriend

    of heart, it

    starts with being open and

    honest with


    "When you take yourself out of

    that fantasy

    that the woman

    on screen will come to life, or

    that prince

    will sweep me off

    my feet, and you rate yourself


    to what you have

    and what you are, and you block


    sexual emotions,

    that's only when your true

    prince might

    walk into your life..."




    Tzaneen Community


                              with Senior Citizens...

    by Khatija Moosa

    (9 December 2014--FF News) The Tzaneen Community

    of South Africa celebrated an early Christmas day today

    as hundreds of teenagers, parents,

    general community residents

    and other government leaders had attended

    The Tzaneen

    Hospice for the aged this afternoon...

    "We are giving back to the senior citizens who had built The

    Limpopo district, back when the AWB was in power...

    Alot has

    changed since those days, and we are cherishing

    and admiring

    their achievements on this early celebration of Christmas...


    have purchased 'new gifts,' for our seniors,

    and have brought

    together the local community to share

    in their memories.."

    said ANC spokesperson Mr. Peter Makalela...

    Makalela says that his father who is

    originally from Limpopo


    attended the local school and university,

    and today hundreds

    of residents are gathering at the hospice to

    say "Thank You,'

    to the residents who had stood tall for

    the country...

    Another resident who spoke to

    Footprints in Tzaneen


    that she was h e a r t f e l t to see her mother after

    six years, after she had moved to The United Kingdom.

    "My mother has been living at the hospice in her last days,

    and it

    seems she is getting stronger by the day...

    My brothers who live

    in Limpopo cater for her daily needs,

    but am happy that she

    seems cheerful."

    Senior citizen Mr. Anthony Gonzales told

    The Saturday Star,

    that in October he had turned 81, and has

    eight beautiful children

    and sixty nine grandchildren and seems

    to have forgotten how

    many great grandchildren he has...

    "Most of my days these days involves playing

    computer games, the

    occasional walk on the terrace,

    and eating healthy...At my age,

    my stomach

    is a mess, so I have to watch what I eat."

    he smiled...

    Another senior citizen, Mrs. Michelle Coetzee

    noted to The Limpopo Leopard,

    that she had moved

    to the hospice as she was diagnosed with Cancer

    in 2008...

    "My children thought that it would be better to live

    at the hospice

    as the nurses and caretakers will be able to take

    care of me better...After,

    my husband passed a w a y in 2005, I went into

    a depression, and last

    year March, I met a companion where we wed...

    Even at my age, I am

    still in love with life, and cannot wait for

    the next moment that life

    has to offer..." 



    Local, senior resident, Mr. Michael Van Wyk

    says that he is originally

    from Transvaal, and

    back in the 1950's he was the

    blue eyed boy who snaked

    all the women,

    was one of the wealthiest people

    of the town and

    was one of the most respected

    people of the community...

    "When you grow older and mature,

    you don't worry

    about the pennies,

    you don't worry about the small details,

    you don't worry about stress,

    you become in touch with your spirit,

    you realize who you are internally,

    you learn to love yourself honestly, and your

    connection with God becomes friend like..."

    The Parents Association of South Africa who

    attended the party

    for the senior residents says that government

    has to 'dig-deeper,'

    in their pockets to 'support-'n-love,' our

    beloved parents...

    "The most important aspect that

    one has to remember when it

    comes to loving ones parents is respect,

    honesty, love, passion,

    sharing, caring, remembering, d r e a m s,

    and the ability to


    Grandson, Mr. Mustapha Essa says that

    he had bought for his

    grandmother a gold necklace on

    this treasured day...

    "My grandmother is my best friend in

    the whole world...

    I remember

    when I was little she would rock me to bed,

    she would tell me

    bedtime stories, and when my mother

    yelled at me for no reason,

    she would side with me.."

    Dr. Erlmarie Oosthuizen says that it is

    unfortunate that the death

    ratio is 1/5 over a period of two years who

    join the hospice, and

    what better day to spend with people who

    have so much to give...

    "Life is a circle, and what you give MUST

    come back to you...Many

    of the pensioners who live on our hospice

    are like babies, as many

    of them wear nappies, many of them

    cannot do simple things,

    many of them fall and break their arms or

    legs, and our job is

    to give back to the community

    by being there

    always..." she adds.

    The Hospice concluded by saying

    that general

    community residents

    who choose to assist the home may call the

    head office number...

    "The best feeling in the world is giving,

    and what better way to

    add value to your country by


    quality time with our

    forefathers of history.."

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    1. My Mum Is Amazing

      by Zain Bhikha with

      Footprints Filmworks


      Friends DIE IN FLAMING


      by Lameez Chotia

      (2 December 2014--FF News) The final week of The University

      of Johannesburg, has brought the sudden death of four women

      from the local campus...

      "We have confirmation that the vehicle was

      being driven by Miss.

      Juwairya Khan, and her twin sister Zuwairya

      was sitting

      with her friend

      Nuwairya at the back of the seat. When the passenger

      friend Miss. Aadila Mohamed noticed a

      truck over taking them,

      while in the f a s t lane,

      the Ferrari had 'topped over.." says

      senior lecturer Mr. Ian Joubert.

      According to The University nicked "The Candy Girls,'

      were traveling at high speed when the truck had smashed

      into the side bumper of the vehicle...

      "The trucks over-whelming power had

      topped the vehicle,

      and within minutes the vehicle was on fire, killing all

      four passengers...We have contacted the parents, and

      are still awaiting results from the postmortem."


      Captain Sepho Mashimang...

      University student, Mr. Michael Grobler says

      that he was

      studying Medical Sciences with Juwairya,

      as she was

      one of his best friends...

      "Juwairya and I were the best of friends,

      and often

      had lunch at the coffee shop...

      She would often

      curl up with me and study for hours."

      The Road Accident Fund of South Africa says that

      the driver of the truck was seriously injured and

      will face charges of homicide once he recovers...

      "It's not even the Christmas holiday season as yet,

      and we already have people dying...The families of

      the deceased will be compensated by government

      for their tragic loss.."

      Speaking to Footprints in Rosebank, devastated father

      Mr. Iqbal Kaloo noted that he should of never trusted the

      Khan's with his daughter after little Zuwairya had

      'begged-'n-pleased,' that they travel together.

      "We come from a very simple family, and when Mr. Ubaid Khan

      had asked me that my daughter accompany them to


      I had agreed. I thought The Khan's were

      responsible enough to

      allow their daughters to drive a Ferrari to campus."


      Flaming Ferrari with FF News

      Holding his head in his hand, Mr. Ubaid Khan

      told The Robertsham Times, that even

      though the Kaloo's had lost Nuwairya,

      he had lost his twin beautiful daughters to

      the tragic highways...

      "My daughters Ferrari was well maintained

      and we thought it would

      be a good opportunity by highlighting

      their lives by purchasing these

      wheels for them. They were excited

      to be going on holiday to Paris

      for Christmas, and today

      they are no more." he teared.

      Mrs. Shazia Mahomed says that her

      daughter Aadila had

      joined "The Candy Girls,' because their

      father is a well respected

      businessman, and never assumed that

      The Khan's were so


      "One would think that traveling with so much

      luxury and style to

      university will allow the children to develop

      stronger relationships. We

      have known The Khan's for

      quite some time,

      and this death has

      made us hate them."

      The South African Department of Roads

      says that this tragedy

      is 'a dime a dozen,' on South African roads, and

      one should STAY

      AWAY from the roads during

      the Christmas

      season, and that

      drivers should avoid consuming

      alcohol whilst

      driving SA roads.

      "Every nine minutes one person dies on

      South African roads,

      and if we are not 'alert-'n-aware,' we 'could-'n-would,'


      more lives..."


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      WHY I STILL 'love you...'


      by Anonymous


      (23 December 2014--FF News) After reviewing

      Footprints Filmworks

      for quite some time, I have decided to write this

      letter to my

      boyfriend and say that "I am sorry, and can we

      work things out."

      We were so in love, the world seemed rosier, I felt

      lighter and my entire being was filled with this guy,

      let's call him Mr. X...Mr. X and I met at work and got

      involved in dating, romancing, loving and 'you know what...'

      It so happened that a friend of a friend,

      had told my boyfriend

      that I was cheating, and that he should break

      up with me...

      After my boyfriend spoke to me, I realized that

      he was

      'playing me a fool,' because he was the

      one cheating.

      He claimed to me that he had pictures

      about me, and

      driving in a taxi with this other person...

      He hurt me so much, by calling it off, and this

      was in April 2014.

      It has already been so many months

      that I sit in my

      room alone, just thinking about him.

      I know he reads

      Footprints filmworks because he often giggled at

      some of the stories...

      All, I am saying in this open letter

      to residents of

      South Africa is that I really do want

      him back,

      and sometimes I feel 'lost for words,' when

      I think about his breath taking smile, his hazel

      eyes, his jutty fashion and the memories we

      once shared...

        So my question to you Mr. X from Chatsworth, are you still interested in pursuing
        the relation..?
        I would like to also say that Mr. X was the first person whom I ever loved,
        caring to love another would hurt me. I have given him opportunities to
        come back, and if by Christmas Day, I have not
        heard from him, I will
        move on, to whoever catches my eye.
        I want people out
        there to know
        that loving someone is no easy joke, and it takes
        years to develop
        a friendship into something deeper, something
        more meaningful and
        something as beautiful as what we had. If your
        heart still loves me,
        and chooses me, reply on footprints.
        Thank you all for reading my post on footprints,
        and hopefully
        my prince charming comes back to me...
        I love you Mr. X.
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          Footprints Filmworks


          RAND strengthens as investors

          'eye,' the

          black market...


          (17 December 2014--FF News) Whilst m o s t

          residents will be queuing for a holiday in either

          Durban, Cape Town or other smaller cities The

          South African rand has had a 'major jump,' with

          economists saying that she might reach R8/$ by

          June 2015...

          "It seems the national elections had rocketed

          government tenders, as The ANC had realized

          that the share of votes had remained their

          way." says ANC spokesperson Mr. Adriaan Venter.

          Venter says that the shuffling of

          government departments

          had allowed a better framework of planning, leading,

          organizational and control systems that

          enabled a smoother

          and safer South Africa..

          "We see South Africa fighting back the critics once


          that the rand might reach R15/$ with the

          majority ANC leadership,

          and we are already seeing foreign investment

          pouring into the country..."



          SA economist, Mr. Martin Miller noted to Footprints in

          Sandton, that his dealing with Members of parliament

          and watching the current stock and

          economic market,

          he anticipates that markets will be positive trade, as

          he forecasts more job opportunities for residents,

          increased spending on housing, travel and loan

          financing, and reduced levels of corruption

          and evasion of the l a w...


          Major companies on The Johannesburg Stock

          Exchange including,

          Absa Bank LTD, Adcorp Holdings, African Oxygen LTD,

          Enaleni Pharmaceuticals LTD,

          Hudaco Industries LTD, JD Group

          LTD, Petman LTD and other share

          groups had recovered

          their losses during the first quarter of the year.

          "We see the market as green, as personal

          and business people

          are starting to dig deeper in their pockets to

          an economy

          that maimed on spending. We are

          seeing increased spending

          by almost 12% year, on year, and are

          seizing opportunities

          presented by Europe, The America's,

          Australia and Asia." reported stock broker

          Mrs. Nicolette Anderson.

          Ceo of Rainbow Chicken LTD Mr. Johan Peters,

          says that the

          chickens have come home to roost after a tough

          2012, and 2013, that saw their business halved.

          "We had recovered some of the losses

          from previous

          posts, and we see 2015's first quarter,


          a bullish trend."

          Another resident, Mrs. Solani Nkosi told

          The Business Times, 

          that if she were a smart investor

          she would not put

          'all her eggs in one basket.'

          "Most companies generate an annul

          increase in premium

          of 10-15%, and one should alternate

          risks by investing

          in cash, current, and long term assets."

          New York stock broker, Mr. Gabriel

          Wells says that the

          sudden weakness in the dollar has

          caused their local

          market to crash.

          "South African listed companies on

          The New York Stock

          Exchange are the only companies that has


          in value over the l a s t six months...Our locally listed

          companies have not faired as well, comparatively."

          Businessman, Mr. Mustaq Brey told The Cape Tabloid,

          that he started trading shares at the eager age of 15,

          and worked 'hard-'n-smart,' during the initial stages

          of his fishing business...

          "My father always taught me to share whatever I had,

          and I used his message to share my company with the

          world. Today, Oceana is one of the largest listed

          companies in the world."

          Mr. Harry Richards who spoke to The National Tabloid,

          says that he has been living by 'the skin of his teeth,' during

          the first few months of the year, and is

          happy that with

          the strength in the rand-food prices

          are cheaper, the price

          of fuel has reduced, and he has that

          little bit extra to

          spoil his children.

          "I could not afford to buy my wife's

          favorite red dress,

          I could not afford to buy my children's

          favorite bed

          spread, I could not afford to take vacations.

          With the

          new pounce in governments leap, I

          can sleep better."

          Billionaire Investor, Mr. Warren Buffett says that

          we as reidents

          of our societies should never be afraid to spend,

          invest, and

          be aggressive in our lifestyle opportunities...

          "I remember a stock broker came to my

          parents home who

          offered us shares in a gardening business...

          I had saved up

          $15000 dollars at age 18, and thought that

          I should take

          the risk in the unknown. Sure, I lost everything.

          Then when

          I reached 31, my first and best share

          investment into Coca

          Cola was presented...I later bought

          thousands of other shares,

          hedging my risk investment and insuring

          that my bets are

          well balanced...The trick about investing is

          never over-leverage,

          know when to quit the stock, and

          always know that tomorrow

          is another day."



          2. Surah Waqiah - Shaykh Sudais

            with Footprints Filmworks


            Is the SA crime rate

               destined to drop...??

            by Zain Abrahams

            (18 December 2014--FF News) South African's are still

            living in f e a r after the crime rate statistics

            released earlier

            this month was at 0.9% per household

            and 1.6% per vehicle.

            "We see the reduction in crime over the l a s t six

            months as promising as policemen have made thousands

            of arrests for the injustice to humanity. We have arrested

            in approx 182 892 criminals including members of parliament,

            members of key organizations, shareholders of business and

            drug lords who pollute our streets." reported Sgt. Ugeshan


            Chetty told Footprints in Chatsworth, that his

            findings with

            the Department of Correctional Services and The Department

            of Police have proven that crime can and will come down.

            "We have implement methods of nabbing

            these brats who

            destroy our streets with their heinous murders, rapes, casual

            theft and other crimes that has destroyed the reputation of

            South Africa."

            South African Minister of Correctional Services,

            Mr. Albert

            Mahoti says that he feels perplexed with the reduction in

            crime, and forecasts further developments against the

            injustices against humanity.

            "We have promised the public a civil and

            organized country. We

            have promised the public that we can walk the

            streets after midnight,

            without living in fear. We have promised to

            the country that our

            duty as everyday policemen and officers is to



            to add value to country residents

            who require our daily duty."



             The British Royal Police,

            The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI),


            South African Police, and Members of the

            general community

            met earlier

            on Wednesday saying that their support

            to SA cabinet and members

            from the community came when a call from

            Minister of Narcotics had

            contacted the chief of police, proclaiming that

            'residents were living in


            "We have built various crime reporting centers,

            and are still

            working with security companies for the

            merger of duties.

            We have increased security patrols

            and systems

            so that

            no crime will not be memorized

            by the technology

            we have

            installed...We are still working

            with international

            military personnel

            to assist us with the support of

            24hr patrol systems in

            dangerous neighborhoods."

            Local resident, Miss. Fatima Bhayat told

            The Rylands

            Paper, that she was driving to work on Tuesday,

            and a criminal had stolen her handbag and mobile.

            "These thugs smashed my window, turned off the

            vehicle and stole my accessories."

            Another resident, Mr. Meshack Ngoca

            noted to

            The Sunday Times, that it was sometime, about

            six years ago that his family was a s l e e p,

            and a thug

            had broken the kitchen window of their

            home, robbing

            them of their belongings and cash.

            "The thug demanded cash. He had stolen

            my wife's rings

            and my personal assets."

            Station Commander for The Krugersdorp Police,

            Captain, Daniel Sebeki says that the crime rate

            had reduced by 0.15% over the l a s t six months,

            and was still adamant the rate could be dropped

            by a further 3% over the n e x t five years.

            "The only way to bring down crime in South Africa,

            is if we work as a team..We are all leaders of our

            departments and head offices, and some of us

            are 'too lazy to care,' yet we complain

            if our brother

            or father died due to crime. If we

            ask the community

            politely to abide by the l a w s of the

            constitution and do

            no harm to your neighbor, and love all,

            we will see South

            Africa as one of the w o r l d s

            greatest country's

            to live




            The Tireless JOB of parenting...!!

            by Samantha Eisenhower


            (9 December 2014--FF News) When Footprints in London,

            emailed me a letter to write on this topic, I was a bit surprised

            as I always get asked by hundreds of residents how I maintain

            my beauty and yet I carried seven children.

            "Well it's quite simple. Never keep your

            eye off your children...Love

            them, nurture them, 'protect-'n-promote,'

            them, heal them,

            be their best friend, and most of all

            don't forget that

            they are human, and like you, they too

            will make their own


            A while ago I was watching a mother play with

            her daughter on the swing and I realized if only I

            had the same TIME, SPACE, MATTER, and ENERGY,


            "I remember when my daughters were growing up,

            I had to cook, clean, do their homework and even

            try to earn an income for the family. My husband is

            a traveler and hardly had the time

            to teach my children.


            he made them with me, but I was

            left with the job of

            raising them."

            After starring at the mother and daughter for

            quite some

            time, I discovered that we as parents are so routine in

            what we do, and fail to experiment with our children by

            introducing them to new friends, by following the tradition

            of our forefathers and educate them the way they ought

            to be taught.

            "Lets face it, when you spoil your

            children with everything,

            they become dumb in their approach

            to life, and think that

            the world out there owes them a living.

            We were brought

            up sleeping on card boxes and eating

            the same meal everyday.

            Our modern children have to 'learn-2-love,'

            the tough lessons

            of life."

            I can remember sometime in June 2005, where I had

            taken my children out for a cone of ice cream, when I

            realized that I was doing this all for them. I did not have

            a spare moment as I had to clean the baby's poo,


            my food was on the stove, and

            still answer the telephone.


            a busy life and it kept me on my toes.

            Many fathers that I have spoken to and my husband as well,

            have all asked me to take a chill pill, yet my mind is rattling

            with the thoughts of my children.

            "Very often at night my sons would cry from a nightmare,

            and I would be forced to go and sleep in the

            lounge to sooth

            my sons nightmare. Other times, when my daughter

            was becoming

            a teenager, I had to cope with her

            boyfriend stories, and still listen

            to my husbands boring stories about his job..."

             Father of twelve, Mr. Thabo Sibanda told The South African Times,

            that his lifestyle

            of managing and leading his children was to be

            the bread winner and form

            as an adviser to the family.

            "My wife did all the dirty work in the family

            including providing quality meals,

            awesome love-making, looking out that the

            daily chores of the house were

            done, and ensuring that I keep to the


            of a good father. Being a

            good father is willing to play with your

            daughter scrabble,

            kicking a soccer ball

            with your son, and never disrespecting

            their mother.

            I have discovered through

            the y e a r s that children will always


            their mother, so I have given

            up that battle." he chuckled.

            Scientists from The University of

            Washington says that

            the better you teach your children,

            the better jobs

            they will have, the better quality they

            will have, the

            better style they will have, and the ability

            to compete


            "We have done an experiment with

            two pot plants. In our

            laboratory, one plant we often gave her

            water and the adequate

            sunshine to lead a normal lifespan.

            The other we had neglected, failed

            to place the plant in the sunlight and often

            spoke negatively about

            the plant...Within 34 hours, the plant

            without the necessary nutrients

            had died."

            According to Parents Plus, South African's

            are having more children

            than ever, and the sudden bloom is due

            to l a s t for about

            twenty five years.

            "The sudden bloom in The South

            African birth rate has allowed

            safer pregnancies and sex health.

            We are promoting safe sex

            clinics and homes for families with new

            born children." noted

            The Department of Health.

            Back to my story, about my seven children,

            the lessons learnt

            and hurt will always be treasured by me.

            Yes, your son will

            one day tell you that he is getting married,

            Yes, your daughter

            will one day tell you that you not good

            enough, but all you can

            do, is teach them to the best of your

            capability and hope that

            God does the rest.

            2. Footprints,
                          "Mampara of the Year..."

              by Naazneen Moosa
              (9 December 2014--FF News) South African's across the
              country has once again written to us, emailed us, spoke
              to us exclusively and have received complaints from residents
              of the community regarding twin brothers
              Mukhtar and Zubair Akoo.
              According to reports received by Footprints in Overport, the
              brothers have been attending upto eight weddings a month,
              inviting themselves to eating free food, drink, social and other
              'cool adventures,' of a wedding.
              Mrs. Aneesa Dawjee, a local resident says that she knew who
              she had invited according to her guest list, and feared no
              worries and disturbances at the wedding.
              "These brothers had invited themselves
              to my dream wedding,
              I really don't know why. They ate my cake, and danced
              on the dancefloor, claiming that they knew my husband.
              I had viewed a friend's wedding pictures,
              I had noticed
              that these twins were
              attending that wedding too."
              Father of the bride for a local community wedding, Mr.
              Rafiq Gani says that his daughters wedding was scheduled
              at a hotel, and invited selected people, as he only wanted
              the best of the family to attend...
              "When I confronted Muktar, as to why
              he was attending
              the wedding, he said that his brother had
              knew the groom,
              and thus attended the wedding. I was
              frustrated, and booted
              the two of them out. When I heard that they
              attended another
              local wedding, this really made me upset."
              Another resident who spoke to The Durban Times,
              says that she knew 'the twins,' in school, and often
              'laughed and joked,' at them.
              "These two were a married couple on their own. They
              often sat alone with each other during break times,
              would eat the leftovers of the other scholars, and
              would often dare to date women they can never have."


              When Footprints in Overport, called Mr. Muktar Akoo, he said that
              he felt
              that it was his duty to support the community by attending
              the wedding ceremonies, even if he
              knew nothing about the groom.
              "I don't feel I have to know the groom to attend
              the function. I attended
              because, I thought that my brother would like it."
              Clearly, these confused and deranged twins
              have cast a spell
              on residents who are having Christmas
              weddings from the
              local Durban area.
              "These boys are bored with their lives,
              and should marry
              someone, if they want to attend weddings...
              They cannot
              arrive at someones guest list wedding
              without a consent
              from either the groom or bride.
              We have alerted the local
              community to beware these twins
              who portray to be
              friend like, and are inner monsters."
              said Durban community
              leader, Mr. Yuvesh Singh.
              Another resident to spoke to The Phoenix Tabloid, says
              that he spent to the tune of R500 000 for his daughter's
              wedding only to be welcomed by Muktar and Zubair...
              "They attended the wedding uninvited, unshaven and
              wearing clergy garments. When one of the guests notified
              me that one of the guests was smelling, seeming that he
              did not bath, we asked for his invitation, to which he refused,
              saying that the extended family had arranged a seat for him."
              When Footprints in Overport, spoke to the other brother,
              he told us that they were not into breaking weddings but
              being there for the 'happy moments...'
              "We love attending weddings to see what's the vibe,
              who's on stage and the delicious offerings. Most of the weddings
              that we attend we know the people, and perhaps at times we
              might not get personal invitations we still attend."
              We at Footprints Filmworks would like to give a special
              'Mampara of the year,' award to Muktar and Zubair Akoo
              for attending functions uninvited, for their
              female characteristics,
              for their havoc they have created in the homes
              of the loved ones,
              and for trying to destroy people's lives...
              Our advice to you as Footprints Filmworks, rather be a
              single Angel
              that floats alone, instead of trying to be with
              someone you
              don't know a clue about.
              At Footprints, we won't even play you our normal
              signature music, or you might attend our weddings...!!!
              NO WAY, ILL PAY...

              by Ester Sithole
              (12 December 2014--FF News) The Gauteng district
              of Pretoria is 'up in arms,' over the E-tolling business
              by the ruling party claiming that government is
              'corrupt beyond measure,' and accusing government
              leaders who passed the E-toll l a w as unfair and
              "I had not paid my E-toll tickets for six months,
              and received a bill of R3499. When police officers
              had arrived at my home to arrest me, I said that it
              was too expensive, and I could not afford it. They
              escorted me to prison to spend the night, of which
              the following day, my wife paid the outstanding
              said local Gauteng resident.
              Speaking to Footprints in Gauteng, spokesperson for
              (SANRAL) South African National Roads Agency says that
              this is the tip of the iceberg as motorists will have to pay
              up to three times the billing fee within six months.
              "We had increased the price of tolls in June 2014, and
              again in October 2014, and will be increasing the
              price on a quarterly basis, because government does not
              have sufficient funds to manage South Africa. We have
              w o r d from other ANC members to launch the
              E-toll system
              in other provinces including Kwa Zulu Natal, Polokwane,
              Limpopo and Free State."
               Retired Free State resident, Mr. Johan Hendriks says that it's unfortunate that
              our African leaders do not know how to lead, do not know how to manage,
              do not know how to win people and do not know that if half of the wealthy
              leave South Africa, South Africa will be in the income stream of Zimbabwe.
              "Our leaders whom we have elected fail to abide by the law of growth
              in our country. I am a retired pensioner and do occasional work by
              transporting goods to Durban. When I informed my people that my
              price has increased due to the E-toll business, I lost the contract. If our
              government continues to be greedy and rob people of their daily
              bread, we will see more and more Whites move to other country's leaving
              these people with their country, whom they claim is said to be theirs."
              Mr. Michael Johnson, from Pretoria, says that he earns a fixed salary,
              and since the increase in food, the increase in fuel, the increase
              in daily items and the flooding of E-toll bills, he is frustrated to even
              go to work.
              "With my normal salary l a s t year, I could save a bit, this year with
              all the hikes in consumable items I am forced to take out loans
              to repay the debt that I have created."
              SANRAL says on their website that the company operates as
              any other company and should residents not pay up, they
              could face prison sentences of up to two years.
              "If you can afford to buy a vehicle, you can afford to
              pay the E-toll. It's as simple as that."
              Meanwhile, local resident, Miss. Mishka Ayob says that she
              is a doctor who travels to Greenside Clinic and is forced
              to boycott this ridiculous method of E-tolls.
              "I do my best to serve my country, I heal people at the clinic,
              I pay up to R10 000 PM tax, and now I have to even pay for
              E-tolls. This is a rubbish government, and come ten years from
              today, we will see our black government thrown out."
              Another resident who spoke to The Daily Sun, added that he
              had formed a 'one million signatures,' with FACEBOOK, to resign
              the E-tolls from government and pledged local residents support.
              "If you are against the E-toll system, and wanting a positive change
              in South Africa, sign the petition and let people who deserve to be
              in power rule, instead of for the sake of color."
              Wishing Well
                                      community residents...

              by Ahmed Essop
              (2 December 2014--FF News) The Limpopo community of
              Mokopane has attracted hundreds of residents this December,
              as the treasured 'wishing well,' is thought to attract 'the man
              of your dreams,' or the wife of your heart, says The
              Limpopo Leopard...

              The paper continues by saying that since the 12th Century,
              residents have been flocking to the well, that is cast
              from magical sandstone, and this ancient rock has attracted
              residents to 'throw in their dime,' into the wishing well.
              "Hundreds of couples have got married after seven days of
              throwing their penny into the well. The legend has it that
              within seven days you will attract your living partner that
              reflects your dreams."
              Local, Mokopane resident, Mrs. Alberta Zenoba noted to
              Footprints in Mokopane, that three years ago she had
              come out of a serious relationship, lost her job, had
              no friends who believed in her, and was honestly speaking
              'a mess.'
              "Mokopane is in my community and I never really believed
              in the myth of the legend of the wishing well, but my
              life was so disastrous that I figured why not give it a try.
              I remember that I had thrown a 10c penny into the well,
              wishing to attract the prince of my dreams. That evening,
              whilst I was sleeping my body sweated and it was almost
              as though Sepho was talking to me. In my dream he had
              told me, that he would be at the Warmbaths resort in
              Bela Bela and that he would be wearing a blue swimming
              trunks. I had never believed in it, but I tried it out...When
              I attended the resort, there he was, and funny enough,
              he approached me...As they say, the rest is history."
              Scientist from The University of Polokwane, Mr. Ian Samson
              noted that the legend was true and that whilst hundreds
              of residents had found their true love by throwing their
              penny into the well, the legend has it that the stone
              was created by King Nkosi, way back in the 12th
              "The rock that holds the well is magical and all love dreams
              are achieved. Monetary returns are few, but the many that
              have thrown their pennies, has all wished well."
              Another resident who spoke to The Mokopane Times, Mr.
              Mohammed Yagya says that he had just turned 40, and
              unfortunately for him, he had only attracted women who
              wanted a good time, women who used him for his money,
              and women who never really loved him.
              "I am quite wealthy, and being 40, unmarried and have not
              found real true love, I wanted a woman who understood me,
              I wanted a woman who loved me for who I am, I wanted a woman
              whom I can share my dreams with and I wanted a woman that I can
              really have fun with. My wish was to find someone in the range
              of 20-30, a Muslim, a virgin and the personality to match the stars.
              I had traveled from KZN, to pursue the legend of the wishing well.
              After throwing my coin into the well, and resting at the local hotel,
              she came into my dreams telling me that she was in Gauteng, and
              that if I followed my sisters birthplace I would find her. To cut,
              a long story short, I had visited my sister in Laudium, and
              Sameera was having lunch with my sister, whom she introduced
              as a personal buddy...We started talking and within seven days
              we were totally, madly in love."

              Vicky Sampson - African Dream

              with Footprints Filmworks

               Love Expert, Dr. Juana Mashilo noted to The Saturday Star, that these days
              we can all make love to the person we just met, but truly falling in love is
              a whole different equation.
              "God had created soul mates when he was creating the Earth. He
              had created fire, wind, water, earth and many other elements so
              that they may complement each other. The trick about finding your
              soul mate, is patience, patience, patience, and when it happens
              the heavens will open her embrace your way. It is sad that so many
              people date or love people whom they know nothing about, without
              even postulating the dreams for each other. The only way to attract
              the best of mankind, is by having d r e a m s for another."
              Mrs. Taren Williams, a New York resident says that she had
              heard about 'the wishing well,' in Mokopane, and after bad break
              ups with men who never cared two hoots about her, she decided
              she needed a Safari break in Africa.
              "When I read and heard about the legend I was
              excited because I
              was tired of earning a million dollars per annul as
              a landscaper, doing
              the same thing day in day out, and sleeping
              alone in my two
              bedroom apartment. I was sick and tired of
              sharing my bed
              with my teddy bear. When I had threw the
              penny into the
              wishing well, he appeared in my dreams, and each
              night we
              would speak as if it were real. After the fifth day, I told him in
              my dreams, that I have to meet him in person...I knew how he
              looked, I loved how he smiled, I enjoyed spending my dream time
              with him, but I wanted to meet him in the flesh. In my dream,
              he had told me, that he would be attending a charity function
              in South Africa, Johannesburg, and that he would be sitting
              next to me, wherever I sat for that evening. So I attended
              the function, and it was about two hours, that there he was,
              sitting next to me...If a person who tells you that dreams
              don't come true, I am living proof that it actually does exist."
              South African personality, Mr. Anton De Beers says that we
              all dream, whether we are a w a r e of it, or not.
              "Most people have dreams of driving fancy vehicles, living
              in huge homes, marrying the most gorgeous woman that
              they have ever seen, and dreams are created so that they
              can be achieved. If you can dream it, you can achieve it,
              and if God grants you the wisdom to attract your dreams,
              you should take the leap at life."
              So, what are you waiting for, get down to Mokopane,
              and make your wish, and who knows, the next
              time you enjoy Footprints Filmworks, you will be sharing
              it in the company of your loved one, by your side.
              MIND POWER with Anthony Robbins...
              by Anthony Robbins
              (12 December 2014--FF News) Many thousands of residents
              have written to me from Footprints Filmworks, expressing
              my recent interview on The Omar Abdulla SHOW, with concerns
              of 'maintaining-'n-sustaining,' mind power control in ones
              daily life...
              When one talks about mind power, there are variations to consider
              like a persons mental background, like a persons schooling and career,
              like a persons fears and other factors that determine who we
              are at this very stage. We all go through stages in our lives where
              we seek change, where we seek approval, where we seek growth
              and where we seek a deeper understanding to our lives that we
              spend on this Earth.
              I can give you a million quotes about how to lead your life,
              how to manage and sustain a better future for your children,
              and yet the ultimate decision comes from YOU.
              Let us take an example of a person who walked in my
              Miami office not long ago. This person had claimed that
              'no man will ever love her,' after she suffered a severe mental
              breakdown due to drug abuse and prostitution.
              "No man will ever marry me." she claimed.
              I advised her to take 'me time,' alone every evening to
              install a mental program that would attract her, her right
              partner, to weed off past mistakes and to forgive herself
              for the mistakes created. I advised her that we are all
              like computers and whatever you feed the mind or the
              program that holds our thoughts, results will manifest. I advised
              her that your mind is like a garden, whatever you plant, so
              shall you reap. I advised her to stop whatever she was doing,
              be consciously a w a r e of her 'taughts-'n-thoughts,'
              and I recommended
              that she read my books "Unlimited Power," and "Awaken
              The giant
              Within one year, she had got a job as a regular secretary, was
              dating someone whom she adored and moved into a three
              bedroom home. She wrote to me earlier this month, thanking
              me for the hard work, I had put into her.
              Whilst speaking at a luncheon in South Africa, a businessman came
              up to me, saying that he had read all my books, and just recently,
              he had lost a sum of $500 000 dollars in a dodgy business deal,
              and since then he has been in a depression due to the loss of
              his finances.
              "My house is going to be attached, my vehicles have already
              been repossessed, and I cannot afford this negative
              talk in town
              that has been affecting my career."
              I called him to the side office, and asked him about his
              fears, his dreams, and his ambitions in his life. He had confided
              in me, saying that his fears were loosing his contracts with
              the companies that believed in him, his fears were loosing his
              wife and children, and other personal fears that blocked
              his energies.
              "Tonight when you retire before bed, close your eyes, and
              imagine every positive dream a reality. Imagine that you have
              regained the capital that you lost, Imagine that you are doing
              well with your colleges and friends, imagine that you have
              just newly purchased your dream home, and Imagine that
              you have welcomed a new edition to the family."
              Not long ago, he had sent me a postcard with the new
              edition to the family, a picture of his new home and
              a blueprint of a signature to construct a bridge in
              Saudi Arabia...
              The basic rule about 'MIND POWER,' is having the 'faith-'n-fate,'
              in yourself to achieve whatever you truly, madly, deeply desire.
              What separates the Lions from the hyenas is their aggressive
              attitude to kill, and as human beings our attitude gives us
              altitude. The more we believe and have the trust that God
              will achieve all that is possible and impossible, half our journey
              is completed. The mind is an organ like any other,
              and the more
              positive energy and affirmations we feed it,
              the better for
              ourselves and others.
               Whilst many of us confuse the mind with the brain, it is proven that the mind
              is much larger than the brain, and the mind consists of the entire body,
              the spirit and everything in between. The brain is an organ used to automate
              functions of the body, whilst the mind is used as a 'control mechanism,' that
              enhances mental behavior, physical behavior and the release of emotions...
              A resident who resides in Australia, Sydney had once attended my show
              at a hall in Sydney who claimed that she had tried the techniques provided
              in the book, but non of them worked, and her mind cannot concentrate
              on creating positive images.
              "When I close my eyes, and try to see myself with my children, my
              husband and other friends having an awesome dinner together,
              it just shuts me out. I don't know why, but I cannot see images
              in my mind."
              I had spoken to her at length saying that although our brains grow
              over time, our mind does not grow, in fact our mind has remained
              the same size the moment we were born. I had told her that if
              her mind cannot see the images of what she truly desires, she
              should build a scrapbook and cut out articles and pictures that
              would motivate her.
              "Ultimately the mind can be your best friend or your worst enemy,
              it's all your choice. You can choose to have that glass of whiskey,
              or you can throw the bottle out, it's all in your hands. If you
              keep doing the same things, you will attract the same results.
              Once you 'innovate-'n-invent,' yourself anew, that's when
              true change happens. I explained to her, that we as human
              beings are very similar to snakes, our memories, thoughts,
              body matter sheds every three years. It's like a computer that
              wipes out all memory and re-invents itself. When we decide to
              re-invent ourselves, that's when positive results will happen."
              I had a personal friend of mine, who was recently diagnosed
              with Cancer, and doctors had said that he had about three
              months to live.
              "Robbin, what will happen to my children, what will happen
              to my investments, what will happen if I pass on." he
              I had requested that he put his faith in God, and that
              the battle of life is no battle at all, but instead he should
              rest, but try to do things differently. I had gave him a
              prescription to read everyday, and he had read it. It was
              a quote from The Bible, and he said it, once, twice,
              hundred times a day.
              "If God is with me, no one can be against me."
              Today, it's six years that he has been healed and his
              wife has even written the quote in lipstick on their
              bathroom mirror...
              Before, I end this assignment given to me, I would like
              to share one more story, before we call it a day..
              There was this retired father, whom I had visited at an
              old age home.
              "Tony, he said. It's been four years that I have been living
              in this home. My son hates me, My daughters disrespect me,
              and my wife recently passed a w a y. I have nothing to live
              for, and I feel that it is my time, to hand in the towel to the
              I had explained him that if no one cares, if no one shares,
              life is still beautiful...I had explained to him that it was his
              life, and that he has to be totally responsible for his life
              consciously and subconsciously. I had explained to him
              that life was far more superior than being in the stars...
              I am proud to say, that this gentleman has regained his
              relationship with his children, had met someone at
              the old age home, and finally has a grin on his face.
              We as human beings are the most complex of all creation
              by God, and whilst God has given us the tools and know how
              to sustain a quality lifestyle, many of us loose focus on
              "Yes, we all have dreams, Yes, we all want, want, want...We
              still have to live in the real world, knowing that we will encounter
              problems, that we will make mistakes, that we will 'fail-'n-fall..'
              If we
              tune our conscious, subconscious and super conscious mind
              to balance and attract what we desire, all hell will break loose. The
              key to achieving the positive mental images is write, write, write,
              because ultimately, if you don't know what you choose out of
              life, HOW WILL GOD KNOW WHAT TO GIVE YOU..."
              Photo: Cool day in fordsburg...
              MATRIC Results RELEASED...
              by Arora Pretorius
              (23 December 2014--FF News) The Department of
              Education released 'matriculation results,' l a s t night,
              and as l e a r n e r s were queuing for their name
              to appear in the national newspaper, many thousands
              were disappointed that they have to repeat the
              year of study.
              "I searched and searched for my name, but it was not
              there. I am so upset with myself for not passing." noted
              Sibonelo Koza, a local Midrand resident.
              Speaking to Footprints in Klerksdorp, local
              resident, Miss.
              Michelle Botha says that she had studied
              eight hours per
              day towards September, October and November and
              achieved 8 A's in all her subjects that she had studied.
              "My father is a successful architect and I had the pressure
              on me to score well in English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, Science,
              Biology, Accounting, Mercantile Law and Economics. I had
              put the effort into my studies and am glad to be traveling
              to London, to become a doctor." she quelled.
              The Pretoria News says that l a s t year, South African's
              had achieved a 68% pass rate, and this year the results
              were even worse.
              "L a s t year we had a better pass rate due to learners attending
              better schools, due to learners putting more effort into their
              work, and due to quality time being spent by parents. This
              year we achieved a dismal overall pass rate of 62%." the paper
              According to Study Master, the publication says that the only
              way to achieve high grades in school that will propel ones career
              to the future, is the ability to never give up, by actually putting
              the time and effort into your studies, and by awesome
              "We find that many of the l e a r n e r s that failed, failed to put
              in the minimum three hours per day of study during the final
              year, learners who failed probably attended public schools and
              the skewed knowledge classes between rural and urban areas."
              The Department of Education in South Africa said that South
              African's were more deeper involved in sorting their personal
              lives out, than spending the quality time needed to achieve
              high grades.
              "We still have the highest pass rate in Africa, and our competition
              internationally is far from over. We have to compete with schooling
              standards with the likes of The United States, Britain, France
              and Saudi Arabia."
               Local School teacher, Professor, Ebrahim Hassam says
              that the main factors
              of study is 'pay attention,' and strive to be the best.
              "I remember when I attended the local Nirvana Secondary School, I had
              put the effort in to achieve outstanding results. Whilst studying for my
              final examination, I had to cope with leading the school as HEAD BOY.
              To me, pressure is the name of the game, and the way to deal with
              pressure, is tackle it hand's on...Someday, in the near future when you
              earn a fat salary, you will thank me." he advised.
              ANC member, Mr. Isaac Dlamini says that government plans to spend
              an additional 8% on EDUCATION, to improve the standards of
              education, to improve the quality of teachers and to improve
              the structures that our l e a r n e r s are accustomed to.
              "Many of the learners have their classes under trees, because
              government does not have the funds to provide
              classrooms. While
              the private sectors enjoy classes using computers and fancy
              gadgets, our d r e a m as government is to have a computer
              system on each learners desk by 2017. We are spending so
              that our people have the education to sustain The African
              Another mother, who spoke to The Harrismith Times, says that
              she had sent her children to The School of L. Ron Hubbard that
              ensured that her child performs at her peak.
              "It is unfortunate that society is so cruel it can ridicule you
              without a proper education. Once you have a
              proper education
              with good grades, you will attract the right partner, you will
              attract the right job, you will attract the right
              friends and
              you will have the respect and honor that you
              deserve. My
              advice to learners who will be completing
              their finals in
              2015, is study, study, study, and don't
              get too involved
              in dancing in clubs, fooling around with
              your friends, and creating havoc... They
              will destroy you. Rather sit at home,
              and excel well."
              Footprints Filmworks
                         "Personality of the year," 2014...

              by Anthea Kerner
              (1 December 2014--FF News) It's that time of the year,
              where we at Footprints Filmworks sit countless hours
              deciding who made the most positive difference in their environment,
              community, country and internationally...After receiving residents
              who supported orphanages, residents who were 'too good,' husbands,
              general social workers and other community residents, we had decided
              to give it to a social icon who has mesmerized his friends, families,
              fans and foes in just under five years...
              "From sandwich boy to Ceo," read one article...
              "The most inspiring bad boy of the 21st Century,"
              read another...
              Ibiza Holdings s t a r t e d in 1992, and is led by a group
              of 81 personnel before listing on The Johannesburg
              Stock Exchange
              and The Bond Exchange of South Africa...
              "Our humble beginnings started in 1992, when we only had
              18 staff, very little capital, but the energy to climb mountains. Our
              visions have always been to propel competition towards our interests,
              innovative ideas and over whelming enthusiasm." says Ceo of
              Ibiza Holdings Mr. Warren Fatherbright.
              "I got hired in 2009, where I had just a matriculation certificate,
              no knowledge of Ibiza, but was motivated to 'learn-'n-love,'
              the entity. I would often clean the dustbins of the staff, wash
              the dishes and do ordinary work. I started working at Ibiza
              at age 28, after failed jobs in other enterprises. At that time in
              my life, I was earning a measly R1000 per month, my girlfriend
              at the time had broken up with me, and I was living with
              my parents. I had very little to show for my age and was
              determined to make a positive difference to society." he
              Sitting in his boardroom, wearing a blue suit and grey tie, Mr.
              Fatherbright says that Ibiza specializes in capital management
              and systems, and at that time, he often would ask the other
              staff to lend him their notes.
              "I would often work from 8:am-5:pm, doing the cleaning for
              the company. When I got home, I would practice, practice,
              practice. I would read about the company, I would learn
              about what the industry has to offer, I would often try
              to grasp the inter-relationships of the industry and I would
              try to manage my own lifestyle according to the 'big-boys,'
              of the company." he adds.
              Speaking to Footprints in Groenkloof, he says that he
              had never failed to have 'the end vision in mind."
              "I had no money, no wife, no friends and nothing to offer
              to the world. I remember sleeping in my shanty apartment
              that I would one day rule the company and be head. He further
              elaborates that he often read motivational books,
              attended seminars and often helped out at the old age home.
              has to have a balance in ones lifestyle
              opportunity to propel to
              the future."
              "In 2011, when a junior post was offered to staff of the company,
              I had applied doing ordinary data capturing. My salary had increased
              to R5000PM, and this seemed good for my family. I would read about
              what capital management was all about, and I took the investment
              into myself by studying a Bcom in Risk Management. It was a shoddy
              affair, as my tuition fees amounted to a quarter of my
              salary, but I never
              gave up. I started enjoying life, playing football with my friends
              on the weekends, managed to find a steady girlfriend, and gave
              up the bad habits that ate me up. I sat after hours
              learning the systems,
              improving my social skills and developing my
              own personality." he
               When Footprints Filmworks further probed Mr. Fatherbright his
              'thoughts-'n taughts,' about his decisions, deadlines, dreams and desires, he
              says that his story is like a needle in a haystack.
              "Very often people are so close to winning and they give up because
              they loose interest, they loose focus, they find different interests and
              they find something that occupies their mind. Whilst completing my
              Bcom in Risk Management, I often motivated myself that I wanted
              more, I wanted to be somebody, I wanted to be the smile of
              the company and I wanted to one day buy my dream Porsche and
              home. I had visualized that I would do this, when I was still doing
              the normal work of the company. I had enrolled for leadership
              and management courses, outbound, I tried to understand people
              better, and perhaps my romantic side kicked in because Melissa
              and I got married."
              Speaking in a low tone, our "Personality of the year," says that he
              had moved up the podium of success in 2013, as lead manager
              of the group, his wife had given birth to his son, and moved
              into a slightly larger home.
              "My wife taught me, when one hand accepts gifts, the other
              should give, so I started helping out the community by
              providing free home-cooked meals on Sunday. I started playing
              a leading role in my community by supporting charity organizations,
              giving back to what God has blessed me with. My smile started
              becoming broader, when we announced our second child,
              l a s t summer."
              He continues by saying that Ibiza was just a nutshell to growth,
              to discover his true ambition, his true identity and what
              he was all about.
              "Towards the end of 2013, the company had paid for a business
              trip to The United States, where I had mingled with American
              investors to invest into Ibiza. That same month, I had completed
              my degree, started investing into other markets, and wow, we
              had achieved our goalpost of the company, when Americans
              had seen the green light of Ibiza. We have received a $32 million
              dollar injection into the company and towards Mid June 2014,
              the lead Ceo, had retired. I was up for grabs because of my
              work with international partners and other associates. Just
              recently, my wife and I had purchased our dream home
              in Western Cape, where Ibiza had moved her head quarters. I
              have just received the financing to purchase the Porsche
              that I have always been dreaming about."
              When Footprints in Western Cape, concluded our remarks to
              Mr. Fatherbright, he says, that his wife is quite young,
              and since competition is in his blood, he will follow in
              his fathers footprints by achieving e i g h t children, try
              to 'sustain-'n-maintain,' his quality with Ibiza Holdings
              and continue the undying motivation, mediation,
              marriageable attitude,
              and management to 'insure-'n-ensure,' a positive future for
              his life.
              "We cannot plan too hard, we cannot work too hard, but
              what we can do is hold the future in our hands and
              improve our destiny. Besides the personal goals I have tasked
              to myself, I plan to support the community and the country with
              my positive inspiration that leads to creation. If we all make that
              little difference to another, we have laid our footprint on
              society. God has given you the choice, so make the right
              choice, the choice of a better future for all."
              He concluded by telling the footprints team, that we sure
              don't know what tomorrow holds, but we sure do have
              the power to make decisive decisions to attract whatever
              we want.
              P A S T "Personalities of the Year,' for Footprints Filmworks,
              include Dr. Mahmood Khan, Mrs. Zakiyyah Abdulla, Miss. Fiona
              Nay, Mr. Nazeer Noormahomed, Mr. Zunaid Moti and today,
              we welcome Mr. Warren Fatherbright to our list.
              The Santa Claus Bonanza...!!

              by Zahida Kathrada
              (4 December 2014--FF News) The Santa Claus Bonanza
              will be hosting their 81st SHOW, encapsulating Afrikaaner
              Arts, Xhosa paintings, Asian goods and handy weapons
              created by our Coloreds...
              "The Santa Claus Bonanza is the b i g g e s t Christmas
              shopping extravaganza bringing together fathers,
              mothers, brothers and sisters to purchase retail and
              household goods for their friends, families, fans and
              foes.." says MD for Clown Productions, Mr. Aboobaker
              Sayed says that his late father started The Santa Claus
              Bonanza, back in the early days of Apartheid...He and
              a couple of Apartheid activists had launched the bonanza
              and he had built Clown Productions specializing in
              The Santa Claus Bonanza, The Merry 'old Harry,'
              South African Cinema's and other 'decadent moments,'
              for the country.
              "This coming fortnight South Africa will be set alight
              with the amount of magic we will be spreading in
              Cape Town. We have bundled together eight
              days of entertainment during the weekends
              of Christmas and New Year." he croaked.
              Speaking to Footprints in Rylands, local resident
              Mr. Sameer Jacobs noted that he 'played-'n-prayed,'
              that The Santa Claus extravaganza would be in Cape
              "Last year the bonanza was held in Lenasia, and the
              year before it was held in Waterkloof, and will be
              attending the bonanza to do a bit of ice skating,
              bowling, go on the rides and buy my little sister
              her favorite Cinderella dress." 
              Businessman, Mr. Herbert Joubert sparked at the idea
              that this year's bonanza will be the biggest that
              South African's have had.
              "When we sold furniture and other equipment at our stall
              in Waterkloof, we got accustomed to over 100 000 residents
              per day. This year's bonanza we will be expecting over
              ten times more." he bragged.
              Another resident who spoke to The Rylands Express,
              says that 'it's the talk of town, and if you not at the
              bonanza, you might as well be dead.'
              "I wanna go with my friends on the flying saucer and
              do fishing for guys. I like this guy from my school,
              and am hoping the punk will be there." she smiled.
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              MD for Clown Productions, Mr. Aboobaker Sayed, added that all
              South African's
              will be allowed to enter the park 'at their own risk...'
              "We have brought together 9212 shopping stalls, over 200 rides,
              an ice rink, a circus, a conference room, and other entertainment
              features for the entire family....Don't be a stoner, or loner this
              Christmas, visit our award winning entertainment company." he
              Local socialite, Miss. Andrea Williams says that she will be
              'backpacking,' the bonanza, after her 'raving reviews,'
              of the bonanza previously...
              "I traveled from Cape Town to Gauteng for l a s t
              years bonanza, and cannot wait to 'shop till I drop,'
              meet new boys, and get that perfect pet."
              Father of six, Mr. Xolani Isaacs says that he loved the
              idea that his children will be coloring with Whites,
              and his daughters learning Hindi...
              "These kids never seem to amaze me. They have given
              me such a long list of things to buy for them, I would
              probably have to spend both weekends at the bonanza."
              South African entertainers Danny K, Mandoza, Nadine, Noeleen,
              Zain Bhika, Omar Abdulla, Jonty Rhodes, Marc Lottering, Mike Lipkin,
              and other media personalities
              are said to attend...
              "If you are living 5000KM away from this year's bonanza, you
              better book your ticket to purchase the latest fashion,
              enjoy the funkiest entertainment, and enjoy a social
              playground with friends of like." concluded Clown
              The Management and Leadership APPROACH...
              by Nadeem Gani
              (2 December 2014--FF News) L A S T month
              Footprints Filmworks reported about the management
              and leadership focus of everyday residents, businesswomen,
              community leaders and gentlemen who have led their
              communities, cities, provinces, country's and nations.
              "Leadership and management are two different tools
              to prosper towards the future...The leader cannot
              lead his manager by making unethical decisions that
              would 'harm-'n-hurt,' the business, the family relationships,
              the external friends and government. While leadership
              focuses on risk patterns and investment, management
              is about the words, the numbers, the ideas and the reporting
              to the leader." says Businessman Mr. Johan Venter.
              South African businesswoman, Mrs. Kgomsto Bheki says that
              her husband had died more than six years ago, and since
              then she has to do the leading and managing.
              "My husband died an early age, leaving me with five children
              to lead, and manage the funds so that we have food
              on the table. When he died, I led myself by making decisions
              that would be good for the greater spirit. I started a cooking
              business, selling 'pap-'n-vleis,' to scholars, taught my daughters
              the family recipe, and today we have managed a food franchise
              spanning, 18 restaurants."
              She adds; "Management is about the simple details of backing
              the company towards a profitable enterprise, whilst the leaders
              are sometimes aggressive by making hasty decisions that could
              break the foundation of the business...When my daughters started
              growing up, their husbands had purchased the rights to our
              franchise. It's a big team that brings the smile to your stomach
              when you visit Mama Mia's Den."
              Ceo of Telkom, South Africa, Mr. Ruben September notes that
              he started selling 'telephone-packages,' at the tender age of
              31...He had become a team manager at 33, and worked
              'hard-'n-smart,' to eventually become Ceo in 2005.
              "At home, I lead the family brand, and what happens
              at home stays at home...When I am wearing my suit
              and tie and presenting Telkom, a whole new September
              approaches...I have to listen to worries of staff, I have
              to meet prospective clients, I have to have my cigarette,
              and sometimes I get to take a walk with my secretary.."
              "Once upon a time, when my family lived in Hilbrow, I
              had this dream to one day be one of the coolest,
              good-est, funkiest and 'at times,' the spunkiest to
              get the best out of my team...Whether you have a team
              of 10, or a billion, everyone has to pay their way, to ensure
              the business is well oiled to generate a profit for all shareholders
              and partners."
              According to The German Times, Mr. Adolf Hitler has well
              been respected as the leader of the Century.
              "We are not saying what he did was either right or wrong...What
              we are saying is that if a middle class student got to lead Germany,
              to where she was, we all have the power to be positive in
              our leadership skills...We can practice leadership by being friendly,
              by making quick decisions, by spending aggressively, and by
              having the confidence in the unknown...It is unfortunate
              the major border between leaders and managers is their
              quickness, alertness, passion and power."
               One of the key leaders of our time, Mr. Warren Buffett was once quoted
              as saying that the only way he became a billionaire was using
              his intuition...
              "I hate numbers and I was never interested to learn the c o d e of
              numbers...When I was introduced the magic of numbers and
              risk, I put the investment into myself by 'learning-'n-leading...' The
              true leader is the one who always l e a r n s, the true leader is
              too busy to teach, the true leader is always ahead of the pack,
              and the true leader knows his manager better than his own son."
              The University of Saudi Arabia, says that management is what
              has made The Middle East, the kingdom of choice amongst
              the global community...
              "We have managed a tourism equally the net GDP of Kuwait,
              we have managed an influx of investors into the country by
              our marketing team, and we have managed the country so
              that our complaints ratio remains the lowest amongst local
              Speaking to Footprints in Cairo, local resident, Mr. Ismail
              Mohammed Mia says that management is about quality,
              whilst leadership is about s t y l e...
              "If we get our managers and leaders to agree on certain standards
              of the future, and bridge gaps for the greater good of people,
              we will see that the team 'gells-well...' I have studied over
              three business diploma's in management and sometimes I
              cannot lead my own children, instead I do the total opposite..If
              we manage our emotions, we will see the results in our
              leadership action towards a better life opportunity for all."
              Managing Director of Knitts and Pitts, Mr. Michael Van Vuuren says
              that we should think of our businesses as though we were very
              "While we were growing up, our managers in our life were our
              mothers, who often gave us whatever we wanted, who often
              read us bedtime stories, who would sometimes punish us, and
              who would often spoil us if our fathers were around...While we
              were growing up, our leaders in our life were our fathers, who
              often 'cared-2-share,' with us their daily lives, who often
              argued with us for dating that horrible woman, who would sometimes
              scream at us for no reason, and who would often throw the football
              around with us on a Sunday afternoon..."
              "When we grow up and live in the real world, we have to
              deal with management disciplines, and leadership anger,
              and our approach should be the same...Fight back."
              Mr. Andre Wessels, who was recently nominated as Minister of
              Correctional Services in South Africa, says that being a minister is
              like being a manager who has to lead his team of 421 to protect
              the country's prisons...
              "We have weekly management meetings to increase security...We
              discuss the pro's and the con's to ensure better service to our
              residents, and we work countless hours ensuring that our prisoners
              are still being preserved and protected. Our leadership comes from
              upstairs and what senior leaders cry to us, we have to implement
              on ground level."
              The Saturday Star, concludes in the Business Section that these
              days, managers are appointed to whoever suites the color of
              their skin...
              "Whether you are a junior manager or a Ceo, or perhaps a president,
              the key to have polarity of both management and leadership,
              is shut up, do your work, focus 1000%, and the results will
              manifest by itself...Good managers are time conscious, fashionable
              in their approach, dynamic in their skill and loving in the manner
              they treat people...Next time you think about becoming a better
              manager or leader, try to treat people the way you want to
              be treated."
              Serial Killer 'jailed,' for 30 years...!!

              by Vusi Baloyi
              (8 December 2014--FF News) South African's have finally
              "had their say," this December 2014, when serial killer
              and rapist Mr. Johan Martins was convicted of killing
              and raping 18 women from the years 1981-2014, mercilessly 
              cutting their body parts and scattering it around the Limpopo
              A local passerby says that he was taking his dog for a walk,
              at the nearby field when he noticed a Ford Ranger driving
              away from the deserted area...
              "I was foxed as to why he sped off...When my dog had ran
              to see what was sniffing, we had noticed a dead body."
              he claimed...
              Detective Daniel Kabelo told Footprints in Bela Bela that he
              was called by the murder scene, where it looked that the
              witness had interrupted a murder scene...
              "Police have been hunting the prostitute 'slayings,' for
              some time now...This was our 18th victim that we found
              in Limpopo...Detectives from Gauteng and The Western Cape
              had flew down to assist us with this massive serial killings that
              we anticipate started as early as 1981."
              Forensic Investigator, Miss. Juanita Appels noted that she was
              rushed to the scene where the dead body had lay...
              "She was dead when we arrived on the scene...I had noticed
              that the killer had used the same serrated knife and rope...I
              had noticed the victim was severely bitten on her breasts,
              and judging from the way she was dressed she looked like
              a prostitute...I had further noticed that these markings bared
              relation to previous murders in Limpopo...Based on
              these assumptions,
              I deduced it was the same killer we were dealing with from 1981..."
              Although 'hush-'n-mush,' about their findings the Department
              of Police said that they had worked with doctors, psychologists,
              medical detectives and other sources to forge an image
              of the killer...
              "We had sat together in hour long meetings discussing the theory
              and analogy of the killer...We figured the killer might be introverted
              without a wife and perhaps living alone...We figured the killer
              is probably Caucasian and would probably be quite well off,
              since he drove a Ford Ranger...We figured the killer might live
              nearby because all 18 murders occurred on the banks of
              Limpopo." says Police Inspector Mr. Anton De Klerk...
               Sergeant Yusuf Kolia from the Limpopo Police station says that he
              was confident
              that the killer will surface after his wife had called
              in saying that the killer
              'might be her husband...'
              "When the caller called 082 911, she had reveled that she had heard
              on the radio about the serial killings and she thinks it might be her
              husband...The caller reveled that her husband had drove a Ford
              Ranger and often drove the night in the sight of peace...The caller
              had also reveled that her husband might be cheating because
              he often had lipstick on his collar, after using the subway."
              After lieutenant Warren Fredricks received a warrant from
              Judge Masipa Mashimang, they swooped the residence
              of Mr. Martins where they discovered that he was a mechanic,
              he often used the same rope to tie his victims, and we
              found the same edge markings of the knife blades...
              "Armed with this evidence, we had received w o r d,
              that he had left the province...After using the E toll
              tracking system his number plate was picked up
              in a quite neighborhood of Claudius...We had used
              the tracking company of Netstar to locate his exact
              location where we arrested him..." he croaked...
              Since April 2014, Martins has been awaiting trail for
              the heinous crimes that he had committed and
              today, Judge Masipa Mashimang had stated her
              "We find the accused guilty of charges of murder,
              rape, theft and hijackings...We find the accused
              was not thinking in his right mind and should serve
              four years at a mental institution, before serving
              his life sentence of 30 years...We find the accused
              a sexual predator and a danger to society and his
              bail hearing only in 2044, where we will still pass
              judgement on his behavior."
              Sky News concluded on their channel that Martins
              will serve his sentence at the Limpopo dungeoun
              that has been newly developed for A list criminals...
              The Resurrection of Jesus Christ...!!
              by Merinda Meyer
              (2 December 2014--FF News) Thousands of residents has again
              asked me to write a brief message from The Church of Brakpan,
              in Johannesburg...Whilst preparing for this article I was reading an
              interesting philosophy that "Jesus Christ," could be coming soon,
              or is already living amongst us...
              "More than 2000 years ago, he walked this Earth with a message
              of The Messiah of Earth...He proclaimed himself "The Son of God,"
              and would welcome us to the doors of heaven.." said Father
              John Paul, a local Roman Catholic..
              Jesus brings stability in our lives, we send our children to Christian
              schools, we pray daily to the Lord, we welcome Jesus in our
              homes and not forgetting this Christmas we have purchased
              gifts for our loved ones...
              "Be the spirit of Love, Truth and Joy to people who love you...Be
              easy to forgive and forget, be  humble, be faithful in your dreams
              and never fail to think before you act.." jerked housewife Mrs.
              Michelle Naiker.
              Businessman, Mr. Stewart Pringle told Footprints in Rome, that
              whether you are sleeping on the street or living in an upmarket home,
              the Lord is your savior and with the coming of CHRIST, the world is
              in for some untold mysteries, untold messages and untold miracles...
              "We have so many people dying in Asia, with the Russian and Ukrainain
              War, We have so many people who are UN sheltered and living mesrible
              lives...We have so many of our forests and other structures falling
              apart, because we have no Prophet to save the world...His messages in
              The Bible should be read daily, to 'insure-'n-ensure,' that we lead
              successful lives..."
              "I can do everything through him who
              gives me strength.." said
              a resident.
              Author Mr. Neale Donald Walsh, says in his book Conversations
              with God, that God is one, God is with us through our dreams,
              desires, deadlines and decisions...
              "If there is a second we do something without thinking about God,
              we should stop ourselves...We should support his cause for us,
              to be the best, to be the most cherished, to be loved and
              to be ever-giving."
              Rabbi, Ingrid Samuels notes that God gives us so many miracles
              daily, and we should use these daily opportunities to achieve
              our plans, our goals, our targets and other philosophies
              that we plan to achieve...
              "We have received w o r d from senior members of the church,
              that Christ will be resurrected within the Century...We welcome
              his authority to further guide Mankind, for the developement
              of the mind, the body, the spirit, and the heart...God loves
              people who give, and let us use Christ's spirit
              to heal our wounds,
              to propel our futures, to guide our children and
              to serve humanity."
              "Have the faith of a mustard seed, and the universe
              is all yours..." croaked another resident...

              The Zionist Christian Church (ZCC) says that all African citizens should
              join the organization to bring down theft, to bring down corruption,
              to bring up the economy and to bring up the country as a whole...
              "We have further received revelation that Christ will be coming soon...We
              should prepare our lives to that when he arrives we have abstained
              from sin, and stood with the l a w of humanity...If we as everyday
              go that extra mile, push that little bit extra to do more, be happier
              to the people who are in our company and treat people as human
              beings, we have lived up to his message...We should bow our
              heads in prayer 50, 100, 200, 500 times per day to give thanks..."
              "Be faithful in all small things, and when you do the small
              things right, your faith builds, to pull whatever you desire..."
              soaked a Polokwane resident...
              South African Minister of Religion, Mr. Anton Schmidt noted
              that we all follow a pathway to success, whether we
              are Muslim, Hindu, Christian, Jew, Buddhist, or Scientologists...
              "We should never condemn other religions for their belief
              systems and know how...We should learn to respect and
              honor the San man, the bearded Muslim, the Holy Christian
              or the traditional Jew...If we as a country, respect and love
              the person whom we know nothing about, we have already
              started a positive chain reaction in South Africa."
              Socialite, Miss. Natalia Jeffers says that she respects
              religion as she knows that without The Holy Prophet's blessings
              she would not be able to connect with her father...
              "We were taught in school that Jesus is the son of God,
              and all the other Prophets, Angels and Spirits are his whisperers...
              We were taught that one has three fathers-your real father,
              your teacher, and yourself...We were further taught that
              religion is the foundation of any education that brings together
              friendship, sharing, love and unity."
              Pastor Gabriel Makoti noted to The Biblical Times, that we should
              be 'aware-'n-alert,' for the opportunities that God has given us...
              "You should look at your religion as one, with the entire universe...God
              had created Animals, Plants, Human and other spiritual forces to
              torch our light towards our pathway...If we have as many torches
              as possible to light our pathways, we have become better worshipers."
              Mrs. Wilma Van Der Walt, says that we all one, whether we are
              Muslim, Buddhist, Christian or Jew...
              "If we look at an object at different angles, our perception and
              view of the object would be different...But, if we know that
              the object is the same, just with a different view, we will
              understand the true meaning to life."
              Father William Wallace from The Church of Kensington concludes
              by saying that we should live with the force of God upon us,
              we should live with Jesus as our friend, we should never fail
              to have the 'fate-'n-fate,' in our wishes and we should never
              fail the promise of God...
              "Whatever we choose, we can achieve...This is Gods promise...
              Whatever we visualize, we can actualize...This is Gods promise...
              Whatever we ask for, we will have...This is God promise...
              Gods promise to Mankind and the world is that we will
              survive today, for a better tomorrow...Let us have the faith
              in the unknown, to know that tomorrow the sun will
              rise another
              We @ Footprints Filmworks will always wish
              you a 'transparent blessing,'
              towards whatever you pray for...This has always been our prayer
              to YOU...!!
              Remain Blessed
              Tsunami 'heads,' Miami's Way...
              by Wesley Sniper
              (8 December 2014--FF News) As thousands of bikini models,
              muscle men and families are expected to visit the coast this
              Christmas, many news stations have been warning the local
              Florida community, to pack up and move forward...
              "We are expecting a series of high ranked waves above 18m,
              that could destroy seaside property, beach restaurants, shop
              dwellers and other assets of the area...We have spoken to
              The Weather Service, and according to estimates we could
              receive more than a billion liters of Water, pouring out of the
              South Eastern Atlantic."
              Florida's mayor, Mrs. Pamela Wilkenson noted that she had sent
              out a warning message to all Miami residents via the news
              portals, and still there was no response...
              "Residents are taking their time to evacuate the city, and we
              are pleading with residents that by 5:am, tomorrow morning,
              a quarter of Miami will be flooded."
              Scientist at The University of Florida, Mr. Mohamed Jalalpor says
              that a Tsunami is a large body of water, generally from a large
              dam or ocean...A Tsunami does not resemble normal seaside
              waves, as their wavelength is much stronger, longer and
              "During the volcanic eruption of 1970 at The Bimini Islands, Florida
              had received so much water, that left social workers cleaning up
              for years on end...Our appeal to the local community, is pack up
              and move forward, as we could loose hundreds of lives through
              this natural disaster."
              "A Tsunami normally occurs if there is a volcanic eruption in
              the Earth's crust...This 'lifting-'n-shifting,' of plates cause
              the Earth to produce deadly forces of wind, water, fire,
              Earth explosion and the destruction of millions of hearts..."
              says The Kids Magazine.


              Speaking to Footprints in Miami, local resident Mrs. Taren
              Tondo added that she sure does own a lot of property
              on the seaside of Miami, and hopefully her insurance
              will pay off...
              "I am insured for any water, fire or accidental damage...I
              have packed my bags, and moved with the family to
              my parents home in Little Havana."
               National Geographic says on their website that tsunami's cause damage by
              two mechanisms, this being the smashing force of water hitting against
              the thrust of the area, or by rising high and enveloping buildings...
              "From our deductions and maps, the volcanic eruption in the islands will
              cause damage of up to 8 on The Richter Scale...From estimates of
              other tsunamis in Japan, South Africa, Nigeria and Australia we could
              loose to the tune of 10 000 lives and property damage to the value
              of $800 billion dollars."
              Local resident, Miss. Samantha Adams says that she had lived in
              Oklahoma in 1992, and often had a hidden shelter to survive
              these natural disasters...
              "We all knew that Oklahoma would self destruct after Twister
              Obama had wiped out the entire area...All we had was
              our belongings
              and started fresh in Miami...With the hidden
              shelter left after the
              Twister, my family thought we could escape
              The United States
              'breath of fresh air...' With the coming of this tsunami, I don't
              know what we will do, how we will rebuild, and we don't even
              have our things insured...I hope this wave would just shift
              to another coastline, and leave us alone."
              USA Today, ended their 'cry for help,' this afternoon, as over
              nine million Miami residents rushed for the highways, the freeways
              and the subways...
              "Our appeal to residents of Miami is to evacuate the area to more
              than 5000KM, otherwise we would loose an undisputed amount
              of lives...This is our primary concern...Leave all your belongings,
              light, and come back when the sun rises another dawn."
              Ayesha Surkot DIES...!!

              by Gulnaz Khan
              (18 December 2014--FF News) The Muslim community of South Africa,
              and the rest of the world is in shock this afternoon, as wife killer,
              Mr. Ashraf Surkot admitted to the brutal killings of his wife on the
              morning of November 11...
              "She had lay a couple of months in hospital, when eventually we
              had to pull the life support machine on her...The husband had admitted
              on Friday with the involvement of the crime." says the Lenasia
              Police Department.
              According to The Lenasia Police Department Mr. Ashraf Surkot
              and his late wife, Mrs. Ayesha Surkot were going through
              a divorce when
              a custody battle over the little daughter had broke out.
              "He was stinking rich and could afford to buy anything with a net
              worth over R2 billion rand...According to sources, they were going
              through a divorce, when he had fought against the legal liability
              of the child...When her parents had fought the custody battle,
              their divorce would be final within the end of November..."
              said a personal Surkot friend...
              Another community resident, Miss. Humayra Dawjee says that she
              often gave "Little Munira," music lessons and had heard that the
              Surkots were splitting up.
              "When they got married in 2008, they were the talk of town,
              often known as the couple of the year, often seen in romantic
              locations and often living the high flying life. I was shocked to hear
              this afternoon, that Ayesha had died."
              The Lenasia Department of Police says that Ayesha had normally
              dropped her child off to school around 7:20, and this fatal day,
              she never returned.
              "After she had dropped her daughter off to school, a man riding
              a motorbike had shot her tyre, forcing her off the road...She had
              stopped at a nearby field, that's when the murder occurred.
              The hitman
              hired by Mr. Surkot, was a plot to kill."
               Earlier this month, hitman, Mr. Ubaid Osman, says that Mr. Surkot had called
              him on his mobile towards the end of October, with a proposition to kill.
              "Mr. Surkot had often purchased his cocaine from me, and asked that I plant
              drugs in her vehicle, so that we can have her locked up for incompetence.
              When we later discussed the plan, he told me that she was asking
              for six farms that he owned in Kwa Zulu Natal to the value of R800 million
              rand as settlement in the divorce...I had put the idea to him, for murder,
              and he offered me a sum of R1 million rand...The money was to be
              paid 50% in cash before the murder, and 50% afterwards...I was asked
              to arrange an alibi for him for the morning, and he guided me how
              he wanted the murder, and where I should dump the body."
              According to community leader, Mr. Iqbal Noormahomed, he says, that
              he was driving on The Lenasia offramp, where he noticed shots being
              fired at a vehicle..
              "I immediately stopped my vehicle and screamed for help, and when
              the motorcycle had rode a w a y, I had called for help...It's a tragedy
              to hear that today, the hospital had decided to quit trying to save
              her life."
              Mr. Ashraf Surkot, on Friday admitted openly to Judge Thabo Maseki
              that he had planned the murder of his wife, due to her
              nagging attitude
              to rob him off his money.
              "She was not the innocent person that so many people thought
              off her...Behind closed doors, she would short change me on millions
              of rands to purchase unwanted goods...She often gave her parents
              hundreds of thousands of rands of my money, and the l a s t time,
              I ran an investigation on her, after 9:am, whilst I was at the office,
              she would be servicing a local resident's engine. This made me upset,
              and I filed for divorce...But she wanted more, she could not be
              happy what I could give her."
              Mr. Ubaid Osman, who spoke to Footprints in Lenasia, says that
              he was not thinking in his right mind, and when Mr. Surkot paid
              him R500 000 on the 5th of November, he knew finally he
              could move out of his Hillbrow apartment and start anew.
              "We never expected such complications and from the story of
              what Mr. Surkot related to me, I felt that this woman was a
              cheater and never appreciated the work of her husband. I set
              off that sunny November 11 morning to kill her." he admitted.
              The trial for Mr. Ashraf Surkot begins on February 14th, where he
              is currently on bail for an amount of R5 million rand.
              "Come 2015, the sharks will come home to roost as Mr. Surkot
              has to prove so many aspects against the state...We have the
              same prosecutor in the Oscar Pistorius trial, and let's hope
              justice will be served for this wife killer." added a local resident.

                                  in OUTER SPACE...

                by David Mcdonald
                (29 December 2014--FF News) "A supernova has exploded,
                A supernova has exploded, A supernova has exploded,"
                were the cries of a Space Scientist at The Aeronautical
                Association of (ASA) South Africa this morning.
                "One of the l a r g e s t Sun's has finally died...She was
                eight times the size of our sun, she blew gases far
                superior to our sun's gases, she lit up the Northern
                Galactic sky, and she often burst harmful fumes that
                created black holes." said a resident.
                The Space Association of Peru says that the supernova
                had exploded more than three Centuries ago, it's only
                that Earth is seeing the light of the explosion now.
                "Space scientists at The University of Lima had noticed a distant
                star that had burst, and was destroying planetary objects with
                the explosion...The explosion occurred 300 light years in distance,
                when perhaps our Prophets walked this Earth...The explosion
                was traveling at the speed of light, and tonight's night sky
                reflects the explosion." the association explained.
                Puno resident, Miss. Isabelle Xavia told Footprints in Peru,  that
                her boyfriend had 'backpacked,' for the time that the explosion
                passes Earth at 8PM.
                "He has put together two glasses of wine, the telescope,
                and some good soundtracks together for this blissful
                evening that will see the star pass at 8PM"
                Astronomer, Captain Daniel Sebeko says that South African's
                will watch the star pass Earth at approximately 10:25PM, and
                never in history has it taken a star to pass Earth at this
                time, after 2000 years.
                "Legend has it when the Radian Star bursts, the world will
                change. According to sources, when the star passes Earth,
                'majestic-'n-magical,' men are born. The l a s t time, the
                Saturn Star that burst, a precious Son to the world was
                borne, "Jesus Christ..."
                A supernova is a ball of gas, as our own Sun, that is
                perhaps bigger, that is perhaps more powerful,
                that is perhaps stronger and that is perhaps more
                vicious in energy....
                "When a supernova explodes, it destroys more than
                100 million miles of matter, and takes approximately
                five million years to die, after the explosion. Once the
                explosion process has begun, the star fades a w a y
                in Space." reported The Galactic Times.

             The Science Council of Stockholm added that Europeans were

            fascinated by The

            Radian Star, and was planning on studying the Star's brilliant blue light.

            "The brilliant blue light of The Radian Star has always fascinated me.

            She is

            a distant cousin of Orion's belt, and has been watching the

            skies for more

            than four billion years. She was truly a galactic

            force that beamed The Milky 

            Way." said Gabriella Awokski.

            Everyday residents who enjoy 'brilliant light,' will be sparked for

            energy this evening as The Radian Star will be passing Earth,

            says Las Vegas Today.

            "Everyday American's will be fighting the midnight magic,

            as the star passes The United States at 00:05. We have

            got together our friends, families and barbeque machines

            for this evening. We are hoping the passing of the star

            will rescue America from financial debt, be borne a father

            to the modern world, and perhaps a leader who stands

            on your shoulders." said a Las Vegas resident.

             The Sunday Sun concluded their statement to the media that

            it was The Radian Star, that eventually died, and we should

            remember the star for it's distant magic that she had brought

            to so many billions of people who walked this Earth.

            "This star was four times the age of our solar system and often

            brightened the solar system with her magic...Her explosion

            that lights up the skies this evening should be


            as who knows the next time a supernova passes Earth,

            our great, great,

            great, great, great, great, great, great

            grandchildren will bear witness."



      "Load Shedding," causes Train to cause

                              Accidental Damage and Death....

      by Yatesh Yogi


      (18 December 2014--FF News) A train transporting stock from Bloemfontein,

      in The Free State, to Kwa Zulu Natal has been destroyed were the words

      radioed in from The Department of Transport.

      "The train carrying approximately 81 passengers and crew transporting heavy

      duty equipment had collapsed whilst traveling along the

      Pietermaritburg railway.

      The train was scheduled to reach it's destination at 8:PM, when the lights

      of the railway track were suddenly switched off, causing the train to

      miss the track on the bridge...When the train had finally

      overturned into

      the Petrus river, survivors were swimming out of the river,

      trying to

      save their own lives."

      According to Footprints in Pietermaritzburg, local resident, Mr. Pranesh

      Singh says that his home is about 50m from the railway track and found

      it strange that the driver of the train had not stopped to a halt.

      "We were experiencing load shedding during the hours of


      where probably the driver of the train was not informed...

      When he reached

      the bridge, he accidentally missed the track, causing

      the train to overturn."

      he exclaimed.

      The Maritzburg Tabloid says that the train was

      carrying heavy

      duty manufacturing

      equipment and bio fuels that could cause the

      death of hundreds

      of fish and

      plant life.

      "This is pollution of our rivers at it's peak.

      The bio fuels will take

      years to rid

      the water, and already fish are washing up stream,

      black and dirty.

      We have

      heard that many lives are already counted dead,

      with survivors still being

      pulled from the river."


      The Department of Transport added that this is the 5th train

      incident in 2014, with

      others being that the train had missed railway tracks,

      the cargo being overloaded,

      and train fog lights 'out off order.'

      "Our railways are normally safe for travelers traveling cross provinces,

      and this

      incident was caused by non communication with

      Pietermaritzburg and the

      head quarters of the train company.

      The 30 passengers who are reported dead,

      were members of staff and general workers who wanted

      transportation to Durban.

      We have sent our condolences to the members of

      the family who have lost

      their loved ones."

      Local Durban resident, Mr. Yaseen Mahomed says that

      he had paid the

      transportation company a sum of R2 million rand to bring

      his manufacturing

      equipment to Durban, and has to face the burden of

      putting a claim with

      his insurance company...

      "I am heartfelt that so many people died due to this

      incident, but how

      am I going to replace important equipment needed for

      my business...The

      tools and equipment is valued at R188 million rand, and

      am hoping that

      the insurance company pays for the loss."

      Pitermaritzburg, community leader, Mr. Anton Van Staden says that

      South African's should 'repair-'n-replace,' damaged equipment

      and let this lesson be a lesson that we can draw from SA history.

      "When we did an inspection of the train, we noticed that this

      train was blowing 'too heavy,' and the coal used to fuel the

      engine was damaged due to rain, earlier this month. When the

      train tried to stop, using the back brakes, it had jammed, causing

      the train to miss the track and overturn. Let us remember the

      people whom we have lost through this incident and remember

      to inspect our own 'daily transportation,' to avoid any accidental

      damage and death."


      1. Christina Aguilera - What A Girl Wants

        with Footprints Filmworks

        Photo: Lets play...


        M3RRY "Christmas," FROM  Footprints...!!

        by Herman Van Der Walt

        (25 December 2014--FF News) Once again it is that time of the YEAR,

        where we at Footprints Filmworks, say out "Thank You," to residents

        of the communities, cities, provinces and districts of our countries...

        Many thousands of residents who 'catch up,' to Footprints on their

        daily work hours, weekends and other social holidays has once again

        asked us for their "Christmas wishes,' to be broadcast on this

        auspicious day...

        Here are some of our comments that we

        have received;

        2014 is the year of PINK so wear

        your favorite pink this Christmas..

        I always seem to catch up to footprints filmworks since

        my election days in 2009. I thank All Americans and the

        rest of the world for their love, support, guidance and

        advice through the term. May your days be filled with

        "Christmas bliss,' this holiday season. Merry Christmas

        and happy new year to all.

        --President Barack Obama--United States

        I always get to read about Footprints Filmworks, sometimes

        I get a 'sneak peak,' during my busy lunch hour. I always enjoy

        all the awesome stories and complements on this site...Roast

        a turkey and some potatoes and share your Christmas in

        loving company.

        --Sakeena Joosub--South Africa

        Bollywood and her counterparts were receiving raving

        news about footprints, and I thought let me spread my message. Let

        this Christmas be filled with love, peace, respect and common sense. Be

        brave in your thinking, share with your friends, and if you are living in

        the Winter, have your fire place switched on. Love you all, here

        from India.

        --Lara Dutta--India--

        Wear your gorgeous outfit this holy Christmas, and remember

        to share your gifts and toys with your loved ones...Be beautiful,

        be bold, be brave, and love thy holy father. Be the best that you

        can be, 'daze-'n-amaze,' your loved ones, and read footprints filmworks,

        the way I always do. Enjoy your happy Christmas, and love to all.

        --Aishwarya Rai-India--

        Whatever you have prayed for, whatever you have wished for,

        whatever 'thoughts-'n-taughts,' that you might off had, let

        2014, be a Christmas of giving, be a Christmas of love, be a Christmas

        of joy and be a Christmas of 'perpetual bliss...' Forgive and Forget your

        past errors, and let the year ahead be a year of SANTA. Wear your best

        of pink this Christmas, and if you hot enough, NEXT year we will feature


        --Omar Abdulla--South Africa--

        Greeting to all from The Royal Mosque of Palestine.

        May our blessing be

        bestowed upon the one billion Christians on this holy day, and may

        we remember the teachings of Jesus Christ and the message he

        brought down to Earth. May we be ever loving, ever knowing and

        ever joyous in our acts. Remain Blessed and loving this Christmas.!

        --Mohamed Ansar--Palestine--

        Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2015. My blessings

        and prayers to the millions of people who have watched my

        films and understood my thinking of Religion.

        My prayer has

        always been to see the poor of Africa to the

        dusty neighborhoods

        of Hollywood cleaned. I wish you all a Happy New

        Year and Christmas,

        and don't forget to book a box

        office seat for upcoming films.

        --Tom Cruise--United States--

        I have always loved Christmas, from my humble beginnings

        in Delhi. I remember

        one time, my wife surprised the entire family and

        I by decorating the house

        with Christmas trees and gifts...

        Decorate your home, Decorate your life,

        Decorate your thoughts with memories of The Lord.

        Be happy, be loving,

        be the best and be something worth admiring.

        I always have time

        for Footprints, after reviewing the company

        since 2010. Cheers, to


        --Shar Rukh Khan--India

        Footprints Filmworks, together with

        hundreds of other

        advertisers, investors,

        shareholders and other company managers,

        have always believed in Christmas,

        whether it was snowing, whether SANTA visited us,

        whether we were
        'too lazy to care,' or whether we worshiped

        the message of Jesus...

        Let us hold hands this Christmas,

        and move towards a better country,

        a better nation, a better family and

        a better lifestyle opportunity for


        2. We wish you a merry Christmas

          with Footprints Filmworks



          by Mildred Jakinta


          (3 December 2014--FF News)When one speaks about success

          one does not necessary m e a n financial success...Success has

          different elements and viewpoints, yet success should be

          measured how we carry ourselves, when we invest, who we

          meet, and what we do to achieve our dreams.

          "Always maintain a recipe to your success plan. Do what works

          and try l e a r n i n g something new daily. Never try to be

          bullied, lead and manage your lifestyle opportunity that suites

          the people you surround yourself with...Have a balance in

          what you do, have a balance in how much you consume,

          have a balance in what you think about." says Ceo of

          Brittal Drills, Mrs. Caroline De Jager.

          "We should never judge a book by it's cover. We should l e a r n from

          history what works, and what does not. We should 'read2lead,' make

          merry of our days, and remember the teachings from

          our forefathers."

          noted a Vryburg resident.

          "You should lead your life and always leave room for flexibility.

          If we have an image

          of our dream husband, our dream home, our dream

          vehicle or any

          fantasy, we should have a plan and work our plan.

          Every plan begins

          with a thought, put into paper, put into heart,

          and constant mediation

          on our dreams will achieve us whatever dream

          or desire we might have."

          "If you don't know where you are going to, that's where you

          going to go, nowhere." explained Laudium resident Mr. Ismail


          A resident who spoke to Footprints in Laudium, Mr. Iqbal Joosub, 

          says, that we should plan our lives the way a sailor would plan

          a trip to Miami.

          "If the Captain knows exactly where he is going, what he plans

          to achieve, and who to visit, he knows his direction and is willing

          to follow course. Our lives should be planned in the same way,

          knowing our directions when it comes to finance, relationships,

          health, wealth,wisdom, honesty, "Me time,"

          family responsibilities and

          other aspects to our lives."

          The Saturday Star says that Success is about what you think

          about 95%

          and 5% action.

          "What you think about you become, and what you become

          you are. Treat

          your mind like a garden that has to be weeded daily,

          that has to be

          watered daily, that requires 'just enough,' sunlight daily,


          that requires the important motivation

          of self-talk."

          "Success to me is going to work in the morning whilst my wife

          and children stay at home. I am a finance specialist for a large company

          so I don't require my wife to work. Success is about making passionate

          love daily, achieving my monthly targets, being a great father, and

          some time spoiling my children. I don't have this big dream to drive

          fancy vehicles or become world famous. My wife and I are simple people

          and we teach our children that success is in the heart, by constantly

          teaching and learning." says a Johannesburg resident.

          2. Thumbnail

          Community leader, Mr. Warren Venter says that he started his plumbing business more

          than eight years ago, and at that time he did not have the vision to grow

          his business where it is today.

          "When I married my wife, we were both UN employed living in a one bedroom

          outer building. We often visited other people to have our daily meals. Things were

          tough and I worked grueling hours to build the company up. My wife was my

          biggest supporter because she loved me when we had nothing, and today

          with all the money in the world, she still manages my meetings. For me, success

          is seeing to it that your family is well provided for, that your ego remains 'high-
          'n-flying,' yearly world holidays and enough energy to listen to your wifes


          Another resident who spoke to The Free State Plus,

          says that as South

          African's we are 'extremely spoilt,' being that we are the leader in Africa,

          and we are still complaining.

          "Part of being a successful nation is saying "thank you," for our daily

          bread and wine, part of being a successful nation is appreciating our

          assets, part of being a successful nation is showing the world that we are

          a country worth reckoning with."


          "Success is about doing your best when the chips are down, success

          is about never giving up, success is about having a positive perception

          about life, and success is about loving people no matter what. Many times

          we stop ourselves the attraction of success because we are fearful of

          what might happen when we achieve it. We should remain successful

          in our thoughts and manage our lifestyle on a positive curve." groaned

          Cyprus resident Miss. Hannah Davids.

          Mr. Sakele Mothusi concluded to Footprints in Rylands,

          that whilst growing

          up he often dated the hottest women, came out 1st

          in class every year,

          and was often 'the talk of town,' in his local community.

          "Perhaps I was not a w a r e of it at the time, but my parents surrounded

          me with so much love, so much knowledge, so much enthusiasm and

          so many skills that 30 years later, I am The Minister of Justice in our country.

          Success is about teaching your children, success is about cleaning your mind

          daily, success is about good exercise and passion and success is about being

          admired. Let's face it, most of us choose to be successful because we

          choose to be admired by our friends and families, and if we are not

          successful first to ourselves, we would never be

          successful to the

          people who surround us."

          2. Mitwa (Eng Sub) [Full Song]

            (HQ) With Lyrics - Lagaan with

            Footprints Filmworks


            New "Cloning," technology ATTRACTS

            South Africans...

            by Moosa Seedat


            (9 December 2014--FF News) South African's have

            received the first biologists from The State Hospital

            of Nevada for the technology study and promotion

            of "Cloning," reported USA Today.

            The paper reads that South Africa will receive

            eight biologists from the hospital for the experimentation

            of 'duplicating,' a person, an animal, a plant and in

            certain instances germs.

            Dr. Rashida Dockrat from the hospital told Footprints

            in Nevada that cloning is the process of producing

            similar populations of cells, membranes and skins

            of similar products.

            "Cloning is commonly used to amplify DNA fragments


            whole genes, but can also be used to amplify genetic


            including organs, single stranded DNA, protein expression

            and tagging."

            Speaking to The Nevada Sun, local biologist, Dr. Nancy Williams

            noted that they were traveling to South Africa to duplicate

            cells of organs of patients who were suffering from

            heart failure, billionaires who wanted copies of themselves,

            the repair and renovation of certain plant species and

            the creation of "Bio Dyno..."

            "Bio Dyno is still being developed in The United States,

            and within twenty years, we will have the technogy

            to duplicate a dead cell. This technology will allow

            the normal dead person, to be duplicated into

            a new form...We have matched the supreme DNA

            cell with the revolutionized RNA membrane to bring

            back your loved one from the dead...The person can

            be passed for a maximum of twelve years, to allow

            us to prepare a corset of the holding body."

            Professor Michael Stanton says that the technology of

            cloning was an important aspect of civilization with his

            work in the Plant and Animal Kingdom.

            "We have copy righted certain of the logistics of this

            technology and is only available to biologists who

            understand the nature of the duplication. In certain

            instances we will have to bring back certain species

            of insects, in certain instances we will have to bring

            back certain species of plant matter, and in certain instances

            we will have to duplicate brain cells of past humans, to

            understand the teachings of our modern man."

            2. WATCHED

             Scientist at The University of Uruguay, Dr. Ivan Knovich

            grumbled to The New Star, saying that soon we will

            have fathers of Nelson Mandela produced, soon we

            will see celebrity blood in our children and soon

            we could expect the dog that passed a w a y

            l a s t week, to be barking at your door.

            "With this new technology a single cell from

            President Barack Obama, inserted into your womb,

            could produce a further president. With this new

            technology we could have affordable heart transplants

            to our patients, and we could even see an antidote

            for HIV produced." he proclaimed.

            Local, teenager, Miss. Jessica Pals says that she "just dies,"

            for Leonardo Di Caprio and when his blood goes on

            sale, she will most definitely "buy his blood."

            "I love his wavy hair, his ice blue eyes and his charming

            personality. Once his blood goes on sale to the public,

            I will insert his cell into my body, to produce a gorgeous

            child like him, with the smirk of his mother."

            Dr. Juwairyah Khan from the hospital, says that she will

            be traveling to SA, for the cure of patients, and

            this has always been her goal.

            "When the hospital offered me a trip to South Africa,

            I was never interested in the money. Money does not

            motivate me. I want to help people, I want to bring

            back the lost father, bring back the lost "Pup," try

            to "invent-'n-innovate,' modern medicine and simply

            put a smile on my patients faces."

            Mr. Herman Prinsloo says that after looking at the price

            tag for "cloning," he rather ca retake of his health from


            "It costs approx $100 000 dollars for a single organ clone,

            and almost $5 million dollars to bring back a loved one. I

            have learn't from my religion to accept when one passes

            to another realm- and don't try to fix God's plan."

            So, we at Footprints Filmworks would like to warn you,

            the next time you go to the zoo, you might just

            see a T-Rex....



              with Footprints Filmworks


              /3ARN3Y & Friends

                            said to tour South Africa...!!

              by Farhana Jaffar


              (8 December 2014--FF News) "Barney and friends

              are said to be touring South Africa for the Christmas

              season of December...We have created the best characters,

              the best actors, the best music and in certain SHOWS in

              Johannesburg, we have included live participation from

              parents and children meeting the fictional character

              created by Sheryl Leach." said SHOW promoter,

              Mrs. Khatija Desai.

              Desai says that she runs a kinder garden college

              for learners aged between 2-5, and when she heard

              that the production house Universal Studio's had approached

              South Africa, she grabbed the opportunity.

              "I lent some money from my husband to bring Barney

              & Friends to South Africa. Let's hope my investment

              pays off." she croaked.

              Barney & Friends is an American children's series aimed

              at children from 1-7. The series which first aired in 1992,

              has long been on the lips of Hollywood producers since


              "When Sheryl approached me with the proposition to

              fund Barney & Friends, I was not interested. Twenty

              two years later, if I had invested in the company

              my share

              of 25% would be at a net $786 million dollars, with

              an initial investment of $40 000 dollars...I learn't

              from the company to invest when Sheryl knocks

              on your door, calls you, or even breathes your name,

              you return

              the favor,"

              said an angry investor.

              Fictional character "Barney," who spoke to Footprints

              in Cape Town, says that he comes to South Africa because

              he heard all his fans chanting his name, he was dreaming

              of little children admiring his stories and songs, his fasination

              to please children and their parents was 'his greatest joy,'

              and that meeting President Jacob Zuma was a 'boo-hoo,'

              when he arrives in South Africa.

              "I have always enjoyed reading politics, but my greatest

              joy lies with my children. Without children, the world

              will not be as beautiful as she is today."

              Little Zakiyyah who spoke to The Jozi Tabloid, added

              that she had 'begged-'n-pleaded,' with her Mummy

              and Daddy to take her to the show.

              "I have all of Barney's films and pictures and I love

              him so so much. I wish he calls me on stage to

              dance with him."


              1. WATCHED

     Graphic Artist and Mascot Designer, Mr. Peter Miller noted that he had

    designed "Barney," as a mascot

    for a company, until Sheryl approached him.

    "She came to me with this crazy proposition of using "Tara," what I had

    named the T-Rex,

    into Barney. I had played along with the idea and today

    I am Universal Studio's lead

    artist and designer."

    The Joyous Sun, who spoke to other residents from Durban

    says that thousands

    of children were already 'booking their seats,' when Barney finally

    arrives on December 19th.

    "Our ticket offices are already jam packed by children and parents

    wanting to catch a glimpse

    of the dinosaur, wanting to get to cuddle the character and some

    even blowing

    kisses at him." echoed Tickets Box Office.

    Mrs. Yashika Singh from The Department of Family Planning in South Africa,

    says that even though she is a major head of a department she cannot

    let the thrill of "Barney," visiting South Africa escape her clutches.

    "Everyone knows that Barney is like a second parent to our children. The

    moment you switch his favorite episode of Barney on, he falls asleep. My twins

    cannot wait to see Barney in South Africa."

    Little Juwairya who smiled at The Children Magazine, saying that when

    Barney comes to Pretoria, she will hold him, kiss him, and give him lots of




    President Zuma's

             statement to Parliament...!!

    by Juanita Struben

    (23 December 2014--FF News) South African President Jacob Zuma,

    spoke yesterday about the current economic stimulus plan, the current

    jobless claims, the current 'war,' between parliamentary members and

    ways of strengthening his departmental leadership in government.

    "We see South Africa rescued from the mining strike earlier this year,

    we see South Africa employed 2.7% of the unemployed since January,

    we see the price of natural gases and other fossils fuels reduced and

    we are already seeing foreign investors still wagging their tails, South Africa's

    way." he was quoted as saying.

    Reserve Bank economist, Mr. Rashid Haffejee says that the mine strikes earlier

    this year, almost knocked the SA economy into recession, but after meetings

    with mining bosses, he assured the community that 'everything was under control.'

    "When we had the fighting battles of the mine workers we saw our rand reach to

    the level of R11 per dollar. This easing by the mine workers has brought our currency

    to a manageable approach of R9 to the dollar.


    We have seen new jobs introduced

    to the country, we have seen the crime rate reduced by 3.9% since February, and

    we have seen amnesty deals with government to rescue our over crowded prisons."

    Minister of Business Relationships, Mr. Trevor Nhlapo told

    Footprints in Johannesburg, that

    small to medium businesses had generated a net return

    of 18% year on year with blue

    chip companies showing a slightly lower return of 14% year on year.

    "The growth in the lower to upper class market has stemmed production on

    our exports, whilst our major listed companies have produced better than


    returns. We anticipate that 2015, will be the year of the tiger where we see

    further shuffling in government, better management by our departmental heads,

    and extreme foreign leadership with our African allies."



    President Jacob Zuma responds to questions

    in parliament with Footprints Filmworks

    Ceo of Impala Holdings, Mr. Johan Van Schoeman noted to 

    The Government Gazette that

    2014 had produced 'better than expected,' returns after the

    failing mine strikes that

    hurt the SA economy.

    "After the mining strikes in July, I was tempted to double my

    investment into

    like businesses. We put pen and paper together, and worked with our teams,

    to build a powerhouse formula that worked. I remember when we sat in June

    2014, picking our brains and diaries for solutions to the challenges we had. We

    are somewhat happy with the new government approach and stand with Zuma's

    decision by implementing policies to 'protect-'n-promote,' our businesses."

    Minister of Land Reform and Homelands, Mrs. Gizelle Oosthuizen noted that

    whilst 12% of homes in South Africa still did not have proper sanitation, proper

    electricity and proper education, the gap was lowering due to governments


    "We have met with community leaders from general communities and have

    addressed the issues that have been painted. We have invited community

    leaders and friends to have their way and say, and honorably we are still trying

    to be positive in bringing down this gap. As the ANC had promised in May 2014,

    we are renovating water boreholes, repairing damaged water pipes, improved

    our stronghold on power supplies and are still keeping promises laid in May."

    Spokesperson for The Department of Education, Miss. Lebogang Ndlovo added

    that cabinet was stringent on educating the youth for FREE, but was still working

    with public schools and teachers to bring this a reality.

    "We have the best education sector in South Africa, and our universities are

    some of the best in the world. We have got together a team of 3000 students

    from all universities in South Africa to assist the nation by developing their skills

    internationally by enrolling them at The University of Harvard, The University of

    Footprints, The New York University and The University of Yale...Our approach

    as government is to learn from our foreign friends, and to implement these

    teaching standards and quality in our country."

    The Department of Correctional Services concluded to members of parliament

    saying that they will 'relieve,' 4532 prisoners by February 2015, as many

    of the prisoners in South African jails were serving sentences far too much

    as originally said.

    "South Africa has one of the most over crowded prisons and

    our amnesty deal

    to release minor prisoners and prisoners with low penalties

    to start anew,

    and fresh. This has always been our promise to the community

    to provide

    fair treatment to our oppressed."

    President Zuma ended his speech to members of parliament saying that

    let us go home, have an awesome Christmas, and the next time

    we meet in February 2015, we have so much more promises and

    targets to outlay to the nation.

    "Let 2014 be a learning experience for us all, let our

    little battles between

    the parties be ironed out, and let us hold our glasses

    in celebration of 2015."



    Terrorists "ATTACK,"

                           SHOPPING MALL, KILLING 81...!!

    by Primrose Mashaba

    (8 December 2014--FF News) It's the e i g h t h day that Nigerian

    military forces captured and seized community residents and families

    at the notorious Al Amina Shopping Mall in Kaduna.

    "My daughter is dead, my daughter is dead, my daughter is dead." exclaimed

    Mrs. Chimamandata Sarima.

    Sarima tells Footprints in Kaduna that her daughter had asked her to go with

    her friends to the center and within two hours, the news read that the shopping

    center was under a 'terror-attack...'

    According to sources close to the Al Jamaat terrorist organization, the mall

    was captured by military leaders in the underground doldrums.

    "Al Jamaat has been active since 1983 and has been training in the sewers of Yola.

    The primary reason for the group attacking the Mall, they want their leader to be

    released from the holding cells in Kuduna."

    Sheik Basheer Abdul Sattar Kayami who has been on the FBI's most wanted

    list since car bombings in South Africa in 2002, terrorist ship wreckage's in

    Cuba, and other terrorist rampages in Uganda,Zimbabwe, Pakistan and

    Afghanistan has made him one of the most wanted men in the world,

    read Reuters.

    Reuters says on their website that the Sheik was captured by Nigerian

    Police on October 25, and has been living 'behind-bars,' ever since.

    "His group of more than three thousand men have rested the need

    to tackle Nigeria, and kill her people for him to be released

    with immediate effect."

    On the morning of December 1st, most children went to the center

    to purchase their breakfast, most teenagers went to the center

    to meet their loved ones, and most couples 'were eye-shopping,'

    when eight armed thugs entered the building, firing bullets, left

    right and center.

    "These thugs wore baklava masks, firing their weapons into people,

    looting shop windows and sealing all entry's and exits." read a local

    Nigerian paper.

    "It was certainly not Winter, when I

    saw a man wearing a baklava mask

    and a weapon in his hand." said an escapee.



    Speaking to The Stanger Tabloid, local investigator, Mr. Yusuf Paruk says that the Sheik

    had lived in South Africa in 1992, before 'plotting-'n-planning,' the railway bombings

    in London in 2006...

    "We have records that the Sheik was living in South Africa, planning a mass

    murder execution against the West. We see his motives as Islamic, bringing

    down the Anglo Saxon government and her allies...His capture on 25 October,

    brought a smile to our faces."

    Nigerian Station Commander Captain Adeleye Ontonga says that it's the eighth day

    since Al Jamaat terrorists had attacked the mall, and have been sending messages

    to The Nigerian government that they will only release hostages once Sheik Basheer

    is released...

    "They are asking to transfer him to the native base in Yola, where a helicopter

    must be awaiting, with a pilot who will be traveling towards The Middle East. We

    have already reported 81 people dead, and hundreds crying, waiting, and hoping

    for their release."

    Another resident who spoke to The Nigerian Times, Mr. Omoboljie Johnson

    noted that Al Jamaat militants were the most aggressive terrorist organizion

    since Al Jalal...

    "These terrorists are not to be taken for a ride. They are here to teach The West a lesson,

    by killing our people, and by threatening Islamic Wars in Western countries...They have

    pooled their resources by joining their organization with Al Jalal, Al Qaeda, Al Abdullah

    and other terrorist organizations that have been looting our properties."

    Islamic scholar from The University of Rhodes, Imaam Sadek Murchie says that Islam

    does not teach terror, Islam does not teach death against the West, Islam condemns

    any kind of killing, and Islam condemns to act against "Allah's will...'

    "These organizations claim to be freedom seekers, yet our religion does not preach

    these qualities to our men. This is a fanatic organization that chooses to rule the world

    with their devilish work ethic and deadly politics."

    Captain Ontonga reported his statement to the media this afternoon, that by

    noon tomorrow, if the Al Jamaat organization does not surrender their pilgimage

    to Police, they will be forced to 'divide-'n-rule...'




    Oupa Fats 'changes,' it's name...!!

    by Goolam Hathorani


    (10 December 2014--FF News) The South African Department

    of Housing and Homes announced this afternoon that the naming

    of the Lenasia/Soweto wetland be changed to "Lenz Lake," said

    spokesperson Mr. Gregory Mbali.

    Mbali says that South African's had voted that the wetland that seperates

    Soweto and Lenasia be re-named as other government structures.

    "The people of Lenasia have been sweetening words

    to leave the name

    as Oupa Fats, and government agreed today that the

    name should change."

    Oupa Fats, the name has come about back in the days

    of Apartheid, when a

    fat personality, Mr. Trevor Marias occupied the space.

    "Legend has it that Oupa Fats, who he was later called

    occupied the wetland,

    growing up sheep and cows. Today, hundreds of Lenasia

    residents enjoy

    a game of football at the wetland, hundreds of Soweto residents share

    passion under the moonlight, and hundreds of fathers

    enjoy a Sunday

    afternoon fishing expedition."

    "Lenasia will never be the same without Oupa Fats.." explained a resident.


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    Speaking to Footprints in Lenasia, local resident

    Mr. Faried Sayed says that Lenasia will

    never be the same, without Oupa Fats...

    "Lenasia is known internationally for our landmark as Oupa Fats,

    and many thousands of Lenasia residents

    have been protesting this. Some residents are saying that

    local government had given

    the nudge to Parliament, whilst others are saying that

    it was a unanimous decision."

    Community leader, Mr. Yunus Takolia noted to

    The Peoples Paper,

    that Lenasia residents were furious regarding the renaming, and

    already we have hundreds of families leaving Lenasia.

    "Lenasia is becoming an even more dangerous place to live in, with

    the neighboring community. Many of our Indian people are leaving

    the community as other foreign nationals are infesting

    the community."

    Local Soweto resident, Miss. Sebongile Mokathusi noted to

    The Soweto Times, that she feels that it is unfair that the name

    be named "Lenz-Lake,' as the wetland divides Soweto

    and Lenasia.

    "If we share the same space, the space should be named between

    the two communities...I was thinking like a name like

    "LESO Lake," that

    way the wetland has a combination of both


    Apartheid Activist, Mr. Herman Van Der Berg,

    concluded by saying that

    the 'new government,' is destroying the heritage

    of South Africa, and

    his heart burns to see the things they built up over

    the years being forced

    to change.

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      To Mr. PPP

      by Princess


      (16 December 2014--FF News) So, I decided to write this letter on

      Footprints Filmworks because once upon a time a guy by the name of

      Mr. PPP had admired me, liked me, spoke honestly and loving to me,

      and STILL broke my precious h e a r t...??

      We were going out for three years, behind closed doors, and I loved

      every second of it...We were destined to be better, we were destined

      to grow together, we were destined to 'teach-'n-preach,' to each other,

      and were even planning to get married...

      He broke my first kiss, he took my heart away within days, he resembled

      my Prince Charming, and everything was 'gelling-well,' until the other woman

      walked into his life...

      I 'wonder-'n-ponder,' why sometimes men lie, sometimes men tell us

      things because they want something, and sometimes these somethings

      seem nothing when he 'falls-out-of love,' with you...

      I am sitting in my room, as I write this letter on Footprints Filmworks, asking

      myself, how did I loose him, why did God take him a w a y from me, and

      who we could of created if we were married today.

      "You ve gotta have a smile on your face, whether you have a lousy

      day, or a happy day..." he once told me.

      I am highly upset that this break up has kept me in my room

      the entire weekend, and still my mind cannot stray away from

      his loving touch that still gives me goose bumps.

      I know that he still loves me, he still smells my smelly kisses

      on his clothing, he still somewhere in his heart loves me,

      but cannot bear the brunt of seeing him with this other woman.

      This other woman has hurt me so much, that sometimes I feel

      like naming her ugly personality in this letter.

      To Mr. PPP, I want to say that you were the best, you were the

      sweetest, you were the kindest and most definitely the man

      I want to marry, if you can just open your heart.

      To Mr. PPP, I know that at times I was Bitchy, I know at times,

      I ignored your messages, I know at times that I even played games

      with you, to make you feel a little lighter, to make you run a bit faster

      to me, and maybe I feel that I could of done better, I could of loved

      you more, and yet today I have t e a r z in my eyez, when I think about


      To Mr. PPP, I want you to know that I never took you as a friend, I

      never took you as someone who broke my first kiss, I took you

      as my perfect husband, and inshallah the father of our children....

      To Mr. PPP, you are the only one who truly knows me for who I am,

      and some of the memories we shared, can never be forgotten, you

      were simply the best...:)

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        with Footprints Filmworks

        To Mr. PPP, you know that I am a traditional Muslim, and our promises under the

        stars meant everything to me, and maybe it meant nothing to you...I swear to

        you with every beat of my heart,

        when we broke up in February 2014, you were still in my heart, even

        though you called it quits...Sometimes I drive myself crazy just thinking about

        you, that I fail to concentrate at work...I took you part of every subject of

        conversation, asked people advice about us, and still you did not come

        'knocking to my door...'

        Mr. PPP, you know how my father is, and he wants me to get married to

        some Imaam from Klerksdorp, and I cannot bear the brunt of looking

        at his unhealthy beard...I loved the way you kissed me, I loved the way

        you would cuddle me, I loved the way you soothed my mind, and I loved

        every cell of your body...Sometimes, Mr. PPP, I think I loved you more, than

        I loved myself....

        My question to you Mr. PPP, why tell me all these promises, why tell me

        you going to build a dollhouse for us, why tell me that you will make me

        the happiest woman in the world, why tell me that "You love me,'

        when tonight I sit in my bed, and I ask myself Why, Why, Why...

        I ask Allah every night, why did he send you in my life, why did he

        allow you to 'tease-'n-teach,' me so much, and take it away.

        To, Mr. PPP, we had set the wedding date for January 13th 2015,

        and you pulled out in February...My promise to you my love,

        is that I will love you today, tomorrow and always, and if your heart

        takes a U turn before the 13th, just call me and say "Lets get married..."

        Mr. PPP, I tried to make you as happy as ever, and I am asking you

        to take the risk in us one l a s t time, and I promise you, I will make

        you the happiest man in the world...Trust me. Love me. and

        I will be all yourz...:)


        PS: I have asked the editor of this company to play "our song,"

        that we would kiss for the entire song in your car...Now,

        you know your favorite stalker...MWAH!! (Sometimes I wonder

        I could kiss you for three minutes without stopping...)

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          with Footprints Filmworks


          More Earthquake attacks for South Africa, says

          Dr. Paul Wilson...!!

          by Paul Wilson

          (8 December 2014--FF News) South African's are said to be

          in the limelight in local media since warnings have signalled

          that a further two EARTHQUAKES will hit the father

          country within a period of three years...

          "The northern Atlantic plate of Western Cape region

          has collided against The Limpopo Valley plate that

          has caused the friction felt on 5 August 2014. We expect

          another quake in June 2015, as we see that the faults still

          are bridging against each other..." says The University

          of South Africa...

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          Dr. Paul Wilson told Footprints in Orkney that the magnitude of the quake was

          5.3 and expectations that further eruptions in June 2015 and October 2017

          were expected to be in the region of 6.2 and 8.1.

          "We see disastrous consequences in coming years to properties, vehicles,

          people and other animal life that could reach a death toll of more than

          a million. The quake felt in 5.3 was a minor quake signalling further

          quakes in coming years." he sighed.

          The Geological Council of South Africa say that it is as result of a sudden

          release of energy in the Earth's crust that creates seismic waives.

          "At the Earth's surface, earthquakes manifest themselves by shaking

          and sometimes displacing objects on the ground. When the epicentre

          of a large earthquake bursts through the ground, the entire ground

          opens up and swallows whatever it can, and closing within seconds."

          the council explained.



          Dr. Paul Wilson further notes that scientists were working through

          the epicenter in Orkney and learning reasons as to why

          the Earthquake occurred.

          "This could be as a result of aggressive mining, this could

          be a result of excessive sewage, this could be a result

          as a natural disaster. We are unsure at the moment, but

          will report to the media in coming days."

          The Nature Conservation and Animal Control Center says

          that hundreds of animals were found chanting when

          the Earthquake struck on 5 August 2014.

          "Hundreds of cats and dogs were found moaning till

          the early hours of night. The 40 sec quake had killed

          four people injuring thousands."

          Mr. Johan Van Vuuren concluded to Footprints in Durban, that

          the quake was felt right across South Africa and in certain areas

          in Zimbabwe.

          "We see the quake in June 2015 to be even more disastrous

          destroying property and damaging local infrastructure. We are

          preparing to install stilts on properties close to the epicentre

          to try to avoid further damages for these natural disasters..."





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