ANC Secretary-General Ace Magashule has warned deployees that they better ensure they perform, lest they face the chopping block. The party has revealed that they will be evaluating officials on an annual bases to ensure they tow the line.
The ANC has revealed that it will be evaluating deployees in the government on a yearly basis, with under-performing officials running the risk of being cut from the ranks.
Ace Magashule has ensured that officials will be closely monitored, commenting that:
“We’re going to do this thing annually. We’re calling people and saying: ‘You’re failing, you’re lazy, and [we] don’t see you moving.’ ”
The party's Secretary-General explained that those who perform poorly will face the chopping block:
“Otherwise, if you don’t perform, you can’t blame us, because you will be knowing that you’ve failed and therefore we can’t have factions. We can’t have battles. We can’t have fights when one is actually removed. One would be removed, because one has actually failed.”
The ruling party further revealed that the NEC members who failed to make it into Cabinet would be deployed to other places, including Luthuli House.
Briefly.co.za reported yesterday that the party had declared unemployment in South Africa as a matter of national emergency.
The efforts to place members in other positions is the ruling party's solution to ensuring their own do not join the masses of citizens who are searching for work, reports Eyewitness News.
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