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South Africa News Former South African President Thabo Mbeki said- ‘The African National Congress (ANC) led by President Cyril Ramaphosa has no national plan to solve many of the country’s socio-economic problems.

Former President Thabo Mbeki recently painted a gloomy picture of the country and its prospects

Former South African President Thabo Mbeki recently painted a gloomy picture of the country and its prospects. He said the African National Congress (ANC) led by President Cyril Ramaphosa does not have a national plan to address many of the country’s socio-economic problems.

Unemployment, inequality, poverty and crime are included. The official national unemployment rate is 34.5%. The country is also one of the most unequal in the world, and approximately 55.5% (30 million) of the population live in poverty. Mbeki served twice as ANC President from 1997 to 2007 and as National President from 1999 to 2008.

Mbeki expresses concern about ANC politicians

South Africa achieved an average GDP growth rate of 4.2% during his tenure. That made him and Finance Minister Trevor Manuel the architects of the most successful economic combination in South Africa’s new democracy. Yet the socio-economic problems of the country inherited from apartheid persisted during his tenure.

Mbeki expressed concern about ANC politicians who did not serve the people of South Africa, but focused more on self-promotion. He also lamented the lack of cooperation between government, civil society organisations, communities, business and labour. And he pointed to serious pressure from local governments, particularly those led by the ANC.

mourned the high crime rate

Mbeki lamented the high crime rate. He said the ANC was not ruling well in South Africa, which has been in power since 1994. He warned that there could be an insurgency in the country, as happened in 2011 to overthrow the Tunisian government and spread to the Arab world. , All these issues really threaten South Africa.

Especially unemployment, inequality, poverty and lack of solidarity. The Tunisian Revolution was characterized by high unemployment, inequality, food inflation, corruption, lack of political freedom and poor living conditions. In my view, the country needs transformational leaders – those who can inspire positive change in individuals and social systems to fix their problems.

Mbeki expresses concern about ANC politicians

South Africa achieved an average GDP growth rate of 4.2% during his tenure, making him and Finance Minister Trevor Manuel the facilitators of the most successful economic combination in South Africa’s new democracy. Yet the socio-economic problems of the country inherited from apartheid persisted during his tenure.

Mbeki expresses concern about ANC politicians

Mbeki expressed concern about ANC politicians who did not serve the people of South Africa but focused more on self-promotion. He also lamented the lack of cooperation between government, civil society organisations, communities, business and labour. And he pointed to serious pressure from local governments, particularly those led by the ANC.

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