Herman Mashaba has affirmed that ActionSA will not be tolerable of failed service delivery, following its picket to Tshwane House to fight for the city’s residents.
Leader of ActionSA, Herman Mashaba issued a statement on Tuesday, 12 October 2021, on the party’s mayoral candidates having staged a picket outside Tshwane House. This was to fight for residents’ rights to have access to an effective, reliable and fit-for-purpose public service.
In his statement, Mashaba affirmed that ActionSA will no longer be tolerable of mediocre performance of failing service delivery. Instead, the party will strive to create a performance-driven, competitive, yet caring workplace for municipal officials, while still expecting them to work hard in order to get the job done.
He also stated that his party will transform the country’s municipal organisations to ensure that taxpayers’ monies are spent on service delivery and not on “millionaire managers.” The ActionSA government will set out to end the exploitation of frontline service workers by instituting an insourcing plan.
See the post below.
Under ActionSA’s governance, the public service would become a beacon of service delivery to residents through the implementation of our plan for professionalising the public service.https://t.co/N4iv6MdT5C
— ActionSA (@Action4SA) October 12, 2021