Modidima Mannya | Public service needs a proper professional culture

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We need a proper culture consistent with our constitutional values and decisive action to enforce the law argues Modidima Mannya. Photo: File
We need a proper culture consistent with our constitutional values and decisive action to enforce the law argues Modidima Mannya. Photo: File

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Charlotte Mannya Maxeke ably summed up what we need as a people if we are to succeed. She put it thus: “Africans needed clean, truthful and knowledgeable leaders who loved togetherness and peace, not conflict.

Africans did not want tokenistic leaders that paid lip service to the people, but rather those who are lifted by the people, not self-lifted.”

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