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EXCERPT | Songezo Zibi: The stark choice facing SA’s professional class

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Manifesto: A New Vision for South Africa by Songezo Zibi (Macmillan).
Manifesto: A New Vision for South Africa by Songezo Zibi (Macmillan).

BOOK: Manifesto: A New Vision for South Africa by Songezo Zibi (Macmillan).

“This book is not an analysis of South Africa’s problems. It is an outline of what we must change to have the South Africa of our dreams. In these pages, I challenge myself and all those who are willing to take a chance to pursue a higher ideal, something bigger than any individual, a belief that we can be the stewards of our own destiny. This is a manifesto.”

So writes Songezo Zibi in his new book, Manifesto: A New Vision for South Africa (Macmillan). In this excerpt, he poses the challenge that faces South Africa’s professional class – to return to public life and drive desperately needed political and economic change.

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