The best way to liberate our people is to equip them with skills and resources that give them the kind of sustenance that does not rely on the next person or any political party. AZARCO in its truest stance exists to give its people that kind of freedom. Truth be told, you cannot liberate a hungry person. Which is where our journey begins. We would not only like to see every second household being fed but we would also like to see them using their own skills to create opportunities for themselves and feed their families.
South Africa has many problems but the most prominent ones as we know them are unemployment, the power crisis, and unsafe roads filled with potholes which claim hundreds of lives on the daily amongst others.
On Reshuffling the cabinet.
On Monday, 06 March 2023, the President of the Republic of South Africa was playing chess with the cabinet replacing the old with the old we already know and have seen as unprogressive.
Though Honourable Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has done well in her leadership over the years she has made a comeback in the office. In the past served as the Minister of Health under President Nelson Mandela, and as Minister of Foreign Affairs for ten years under Presidents Thabo Mbeki and President Kgalema Motlanthe. During the first term of President Jacob Zuma, she was also Minister of Home Affairs, to mention a few.
Be that as it may, there is very little confidence that she will be able to deliver to the youth of South Africa exactly what they need. Anyone over the age of 60 years is deemed out of touch with the needs of the youth, therefore her appointment in the Presidency responsible for Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities might just be another setback despite her great work in her previous roles. Fresh new blood in leadership positions is a need that the ruling party seems to disregard. Jobs need to stay in rotation to rid comfort and despondency.
A new appointment was made in the Presidency responsible for Electricity undertaken by Dr Kgosientsho Ramokgopa instead of addressing the rife levels of the energy crisis the president saw it fit to add a new office instead of eradicating the actual cancer. This hasty move further supports the notion that state funds are being misused by creating more jobs for the elite while the poor sit in the dark with over 4 hours of loadshedding a day, small businesses closing their doors while hoping and praying for change in a country that has an unemployment rate estimated to hit 35.6% in 2023.
Our people need a government that really works for them and not the other way around. A divine intervention if you will.
Office of the National Spokesperson of AZARCO
Honourable Mr Mzamo Dlamini
Contact No: 062 455 8949