South Africa Youth Look to Economic Boost
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South Africa Youth Look to Economic Boost

South African National Congress Youth League spokesperson Mlondi Mkhize says they expect President Jacob Zuma to address how the youth will benefit in government through the statement of African National Congress. Speaking on Morning Live Mkhize says it’s about time the ANC prioritizes economic transformation of the country and deals with the matter of free education, South African Broadcasting Corporation reports. President Zuma is also expected to deliver the keynote address known as the January 8 Statement. His speech will outline the party’s economic plans for the year ahead.

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