Prasa acknowledges a lack of trained officials leads to mistakes, but does not acknowledge the role of affirmative action

Adv Anton Alberts

The list of excuses for everything going awry in South Africa is just getting longer and longer, but everyone on the side of government still refuse to acknowledge that affirmative action is disabling and destroying the country and its institutions, Adv. Anton Alberts, the FF Plus’ parliamentary spokesperson on Transport says.

Adv. Alberts says it is tragic that Prasa’s project manager, Rudzani Mulaudzi, has already noticed the serious consequences of affirmative action, but that he does not want to call it by its name.

According to the Business Day (13 November 2015) Mulaudzi acknowledges that independent projects, wasting of funds and the inability to maintain infrastructure are a couple of consequences of a serious shortage of skilled workers in South Africa, despite receiving huge budgets.

Adv. Alberts says it is a step in the right direction when some people take note of the consequences of affirmative action. Now they just have to blatantly acknowledge what the real cause is.

“It is simple. The FF Plus can tell the authorities that it is due to skilled white people having been driven out of every possible area of the labour market and they are still not welcome because they are white. It is a disgrace.

“Affirmative actions should without any delay be scrapped. It is destroying the country and its economy and every possible problem which is currently being experienced, from health and education to water and power shortages, is related to this,” Adv. Alberts says.


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