David Mabuza made big promises for 2019 in his Christmas message

David Mabuza made big promises for 2019 in his Christmas message

Deputy President David Mabuza addressed the nation and promised to focus on education, health care and the land issue in the coming year.

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South Africa's Deputy President, David Mabuza, has taken a few minutes to address the country. He made a short video in which he sent a Christmas message to all South Africans.

In the video, Mabuza assured the country that the government will be focusing on education and the economy in 2019.

As reported on by EWN, Mabuza highlighted the good and the bad of 2018, saying it was a challenging and productive year.

Fellow South Africans, as 2018 draws to an end and families across our country gather for Christmas and other festivities, we would like to take this opportunity on behalf of our president and government to wish all South Africans and visitors to our country a peaceful and a safe period of rest.

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Mabuza touched on subjects like health, South Africa's economy and land. He said that together, South Africans can build a country that creates jobs and reduces inequality.

The deputy president said that the issue of land goes to the heart of the being of South Africans and their heritage. He added that by resolving this, the country will be united.

Unity should be our life-long pursuit, for sake of future generations.

Mabuza promised good healthcare for all South Africans, regardless of their social standing.

He also vowed to focus on education to give the youth of South Africa the best tools for their future.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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