What is sadly lacking is credible effort by big business to come up with strategy to build fund for social development projects, writes Thabang Motsohi THE constitution, in its preamble, states that we need to "heal the divisions of the past and establish a society based on democratic values, social justice and fundamental human rights". We therefore adopted the theme "a better life for all" as our driving vision to transform our society and eliminate the inequities of the past.This requires, more than ever, that the plight of the poor majority must be at the forefront of our efforts as we dismantle the inherited social, economic and ideological systems of apartheid to correct the legacy of the vast wealth gap that was based on race, gender and social class.When we participated in the first democratic elections of 1994, we collectively and consciously embarked on a journey to transform our nation to achieve the kind of society envisioned in the constitution. We accepted the reality ...

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