The ACDP has shared its election manifesto plans for how it will tackle small business development and poverty alleviation, noting how small businesses are the engines of growth.
The African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) shared its plans for small business development and poverty alleviation in its election manifesto on Thursday, 14 October 2021. The party stressed that small business are the lifeblood of the economy and engines of economic growth and security.
The party stated that it will set out to empower citizens and ensure the ease of doing business by reducing red tape. It will also seek to work together with entrepreneurs to create favourable conditions to achieve their potential. Furthermore, it will seek to encourage skills training and mentorship programmes for aspiring local entrepreneurs, with special emphasis on empowering the women and youth.
Additionally, the ACDP will ensure that there is fair and equal access to markets for local owners who compete with increasing numbers of foreign-owned businesses, and will also seek to promote more investment and work with business to roll out paid internships.
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— ACDP South Africa (@A_C_D_P) October 14, 2021