“Jobs, jobs, jobs”: 6 ways the government can impress our readers

“Jobs, jobs, jobs”: 6 ways the government can impress our readers

Briefly.co.za asked readers what the government could do to impress South Africans and Mzansi wasn’t shy with the suggestions.

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Briefly.co.za posed an interesting question to our readers via social media recently as we wanted to know how the government can impress South Africans.

In a nation with outspoken citizens facing many issues, it came as no surprise that many responses were shared.

A wide range of reactions were shared, but there were quite a few common denominators.

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Based on the number of answers, it soon became clear that the ruling party has its work cut out for it.

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Leleti Sive Milani Vuso said, “Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! They need to create more jobs, especially for us young people, because we study and get our diplomas/ degrees and still sit at home. Even when you manage to get a job at some place, you've still got to fight and struggle, because racism is big this side (Cape Town).”
Phumzile MkabayiwaBathwa Mdima commented, “If the disabled people could be taken into account, especially the deaf, blind people more convenient infrastructure should be built.”
Ntshokolo Zikalala added, “They should teach our youth to become successful entrepreneur's instead of successful employees.”
Sikhulumi Nelson said, “Secure our territory n control our borders. Service delivery. Equal opportunities on employment not only for comrades n friends. Laws that suits us not Europe.”
Yanga Ntiyo commented, “Create job opportunities and deny social grant to teenagers with two or more babies.”
Andries Kruger added, “1) Start to arrest those implicated in corruption, 2) Create and maintain the necessary infrastructure so that the private sector can start to create jobs.”

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