From the 7th of May 2014, South Africans will wake up to the voting stations where they registered to vote. It will be a defining moment for all the small parties whether they are able to secure a seat in National Parliament.
But for currently Official Opposition Party, I think it is time too for them to call it a day. It is time to quit politics, for madam Zille, it is time to call it a day. What we have witnessed from the behaviour of some kind of violence with the obsession of going to LUTHULI HOUSE, as if the President lives in ANC Headquarters is unacceptable.
All matters of country's governance are conducted in Three(3) tiers of government. It is official that all grievances, unhappiness and matters of the heart are addressed those structures, but not in the Political house of another party.
I can imagine the American Republicans going to the offices of Democrats because they wants job creations from OBAMA. Jobs are created by the growth of the economy. The South African Corporations, that includes multinational corporation must create jobs. The role of government is to create a space or enabling environment to do so. Democratic Alliance must not mislead the people of South Africa about job opportunities that are non-existence.
One major problem of the South African economy is that there are skills shortages in most of the industry sectors. That is why you find that the mining sector prefers to import CEOs from abroad and paid them so much money that creates so much inequalities among the society. The role of the opposition party is to speak on behalf of the people and oppose policies that creates poverty among South African population.
Until then, the current opposition party have lost the plot and need to be reminded about their game plan.
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