Should the ANC be elected to manage municipalities? President Cyril Ramaphosa has promised that job creation will be a top priority, and that his party will eliminate the use of labor brokers in delivering "critical local government activities." On Monday night, Ramaphosa delivered the party's manifesto in Pretoria's Church Square.
The president stated that his party will place a high priority on developing job possibilities for young people who were entering the workforce for the first time “at a lot faster rate” than in the past. “It is our objective to guarantee that skills development programs are more closely tied to job possibilities and community economic development programs,” Ramaphosa stated. He went on to say that as part of the ANC's attempts to create jobs and long-term livelihoods, the party would like to see the outsourcing of vital services end, which would entail the end of labor brokering in municipalities.
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