ANC manifesto will not reduce unemployment

Many South Africans share an appreciation for the ANC’s role in the struggle against apartheid, the role of Nelson Mandela in reconciling our nation and the progress made towards realizing a better life for all with increased access to basic services, water, electricity and housing.

But under the leadership of President Jacob Zuma unemployment continues to grow, and delivery progress has stalled as state resources are increasingly being channelled towards the enrichment of a connected few.

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South Africans are ready for change and they are looking for a political party that will work with them to bring this change to South Africa.

The ANC’s manifesto shows that there will be no significant changes in how the country is run if the party is voted into power for another five yeas.

The ANC is repeating promises. It has shown itself to be either incapable or unwilling to deliver during the 20 years that South Africans have already given them to prove themselves in government.

There are four areas in which the ANC’s promises ring particularly hollow: jobs, corruption, rural transformation and its commitment to leading with integrity.

It is time for a change in government in South Africa.

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One Response to “ANC manifesto will not reduce unemployment”

  1. J S Vermaak Says:

    This report states that the South Africans are ready for change and they are looking for a political party that will work with them to bring this change to South Africa. I am afraid that the recent published DA’s policy on race will make many South Africans think twice before the through there weight in behind the DA party. In this policy statement the DA now wants to use race to discriminate against the whites like the National Party discriminated against the blacks? In my book two wrongs does not make a right. The big question is how disadvantage did slavery, colonialism and apartheid made to the black population? The answer might be found in what the black population have achieved over a period of 1600 years before the Europeans arrived here. The answer is quite clear. Nothing!! !Forget about race and treat everybody equal and only on merit!!!

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