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Cape Town – A new leadership is required in South Africa – one that is courageous and not indifferent to the struggles of young people, said Minister of Public Works Thulas Nxesi.

Nxesi was the last-minute keynote speaker on Monday night at a conference in Stellenbosch where youth unemployment was discussed. He was standing in for Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa who was scheduled to address the audience from Gauteng through Skype.

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