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ActionSA encourages hope towards fixing SA in its manifesto

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ActionSA has issued its manifesto for the upcoming local government elections, with Mashaba highlighting that hope is not lost and that South Africa can be fixed.

On Wednesday, 22 September 2021, ActionSA issued its leader’s message of hope and released its manifesto for the upcoming 2021 local government elections. Herman Mashaba has, through his message, assured South Africans that hope is not lost and that ActionSA can fix South Africa.

ActionSA affirmed that it would fix the South African local governments by prioritising a customer-centric government that delivers service with pride, ethical and professional public service, and a business-friendly environment. Furthermore, an environment where jobs are created, with caring and inclusive governance, efficient and effective administrations and safety and security.

In its manifesto, the party also noted that the work to fixing South Africa starts at home with local governments and functional municipalities at the foundation of a prosperous state. It further detailed how it is formed to unite patriotic South Africans committed to professional and ethical public service.

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How will ActionSA invest in infrastructure and basic services?

By actively stabilising water supply, improving on universal access to basic sanitation for all residents, and investing in maintenance and upgrading of road networks and bridges. Additionally, by further stabilising electricity supply, replacing aged electricity infrastructure, providing refuse collection and aggressively preventing illegal dumping.

How will ActionSA tackle corruption, according to its manifesto?

ActionSA plans to establish forensic and investigative services for potential corrupt activities, perform lifestyle audits on officials, protect whistle-blowers and encourage whistleblowing. It also plans to undertake corruption risk assessments, improve transparency of municipalities and adopt a corruption blacklist for any convicted individuals or employees.

How does ActionSA intend to develop the youth in its manifesto?

ActionSA will offer paid municipal internships for recent university graduates in various fields, provide programmes in partnership with the private sector for skills development, and offer access to extra-mural cultural, sporting and academic activities in community centres.

Mahlohonolo Lakaje
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