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Trevor Manuel would make a perfect tenderpreneur.

14 April 2014, 14:57
By: Sivuyile S. Sesi (t) @756Writing

Trevor Manuel could make a good tenderpreneur. He should run a people service business, that fits perfectly with his credentials. People trust him and he understands public interests.

Manuel served for the very best interests of the nation. He did more than just working to guarantee our basic human rights or needs. South Africa (SA)became a better nation. When I look at how businesses have posted about human rights day in SA on the 21st March. I thought of one of the reasons he should venture into business. He worked hard to ensure that our rights spread to more people equally and in quality.

As a leader who retired while still on top to the whole of SA, his world class image that he gained as a professional politician will work for him in competing with other big businesses.  Even those big businesses want him.

People should always consider doing business on their own. Especially people with great potential and ability like Manuel. With his experience at being service to the people he is competent to independently be a success in free enterprise. There is a big gap in the society and private sector for the right business leaders.

The way he has been in the African National Congress (ANC) and government shows how much he understands or able to working with to address our communities needs. He has been one of the few good public servants in government. SA will always love him for what he did to keep the country working and moving forward.

As a tenderpreneur he would fill the gap of lack of good quality services to our communities. We want to see such people's businesses very visible in our society. It is what must happen slowly but surely, our businesses be better alternative to international businesses.

Manuel could organize a world class business organization. He has the skill and experience based potential. His National Development Plan (NDP) is praised by everybody to be business friendly. SAn people are still going to give business a chance and as the environment allows let's get involved. Our life depends on it to improve. Its a better way of making SA self sustainable.

There are a lot of foundations, not that they not needed, now as our country is strong, for it to become more stronger leaders like Manuel, Thabo Mbeki, etc should venture into business. We need that and the younger you are the better to let your mind engage with it. Its a very interesting journey, you go through very interesting things and meet very interesting people.

We need him for peoples service, job creation and working the economy.
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