SA’s economic performance after 28 years of mismanagement under the ANC government has been dismal. Between 1994 and 2021 GDP per capita increased 20.5%.

SA is now an unviable society, with record levels of unemployment, poverty and inequality. With an unemployment rate of 46.2% there are 12.5-million people living in the country who cannot find work. About half of the population wallow in poverty and one in five people has inadequate access to food...

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