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A new era of Democracy for South Africa

17 May 2014, 17:13

Another era-of-promise to Service Delivery has just began that will determine the ultimate fate of the current ruling Party the ANC, in the next 2019 election. It seems South African Politicians are playing patriotic games, where everyone is claiming to be the eligible leader to take South African socio-economic environment into another level. Is there anyone in this country who is eligible enough to deliver the Goods required to address the socio-economic conditions that affect the poor and destitute in a negative way.

The parties that campaigned in the last elections all have been promising the poverty ridden people a better future. Is there any chance of success for one party to lead, or should it be a collective effort from all concerned citizens to partake in the eradication of the scourges that have deprived Black People of a better life.

Some leaders and members have been chanting slogans of servitude in order to increase the number of seats in parliament.

Is there a party that has a clear Policy to implement that could be bring efficient Service Delivery to the communities in need and to effectively deploy the Employment Equity Act to capacitate/empower the Youth of this country?

There parties that have managed to acquire some seats in parliament should be the voice of reason for the large masses that are despondent, instead of continuing with critical attacks to sabotage the Ruling Party. This country is in need of a multilateral political momentum in pursuit of a state of socio-economic balance of all the citizens of Mzantsi. A moral obligation should the inspiration that is embedded in the hearts of all the partisans of all Political Parties, whether in the Public or Private Sector, with the aim to for growth and sustainability of our economy together as One Nation (iSizwe Sethu).

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