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Will the ANC deliver on its promises

20 June 2014, 13:16

I think a lot of other concerned Citizens will agree with me when I say that the Political scenario of South Africa resemble a computer circuitry that needs to continuously refresh. This is the last refresh for the ANC government, it has to boot up and implement the promises they have laid in front of their constituency. The President of the Country had said nothing new that we didn’t expect he never gave specific details on how the Government is going to implement the Mandates set forth by Zuma.

When a computer takes longer than a minute to open a page, a common thing to do is to refresh and/or to restart the computer over again and if it fails to load the Application again, then it is either the page/file is corrupt or malfunctional. A simple Diagnostic Tool is to remove the Application from the System. I hope that won’t be the same fate with the ANC official candidates, who have diligently paraded the streets campaigning to bring a better life to the destitute citizens for the last 20yrs of  Democracy. We have heard the SONA presented by our smiling President, hopefully his smile was a sign of a better life for all not only for the significant few who are also looking forward to build their own Inkandla’s. This is the last chance for the ANC, to deliver on their promises or loose the nation to the ever optimistic Opposition Parties.

The Ruling Party owes the People of this Country, especially the Youth a complete Education System with no discrepancies that inspires collective creativity which will eventually empowers the Learner, a free access to medication for the Poor Citizens, a chance to acquire Skills and Training in order to acquire and create Job Opportunities for themselves in all the Industries.

We should all work together as the Rainbow Nation, a legacy left behind by our late father Tata Mandela to unite and build this country for all Citizens, therefore let’s help the current Government of S.A to reach its objectives without hinderance, irrespective of our Politica affiliation/s to make this country a “better” and United Nation (iSizwe Sethu).

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