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Africanisation of the mind

03 April 2012, 09:01
The elect mayor of NMMB should retract his statement made to the press on 30 March 2012 on the Herald Newspaper. Mr. Zanuxolo Wayile should remember that he has the mandate to uphold concerning the state of affairs of his constituency.

It is the government’s priority to fight the scourges of unemployment with all means possible, this includes empowering the citizens, such as they are able either to sustain themselves by means of self-employment or forming co-operatives and create jobs opportunities that lead to financial freedom or he has to find alternative methods, in which the people of eBhayi can voice their concerns to the electorate.

Mr. Zuma started a hotline number where people can voice their grievances. Such harsh words coming from the leader are unacceptable and we are never going to tolerate officials who seem to think they are above the people they serve, and have the notion to think they are above reproach.

The mayor should find equitable solutions for the destitute citizens, who have resorted to “negative alternate approach” of confronting the mayor directly, instead of using appropriate channels of communication. The country is inundated by cries coming from all sectors that are depriving our citizens of descent living standards.

It is therefore the duty of our government to work with its citizens in restructuring the resources to avail opportunities that are beneficial for the improvement and upliftment of our country. We should all strive to enforce capacity building measures that are transparent and targeted at reducing the scourges of poverty and under-resourced communities, due to unreasonable poorly planned Development Infrastructure, which subsequently result to failure to implement envisaged community Development Planning and Regeneration Programmes.

It is that time where we should work together irrespective of the persons status quo; race as One “United Democratic Nation”, that treasures and values its diverse culture and history of Ubuntu and be intent on the principles of social cohesion and invest on creating an economically and financially stable country for all the Rainbow people of Africa, call it Africanisation.

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