There will never be freedom under ANC rule. That is why it is imperative to remove the ANC in next year's elections to gain true freedom.
Every person in South Africa who is entitled to vote must, therefore, make sure that they are registered to vote. Stay-aways must realise that it is their vote that could keep the ANC in power for another term.
South Africa can no longer afford the ANC government. The longer this government remains in power, the more freedom in all areas is eroded and the weaker the economy becomes.
The FF Plus will not stop pointing out the injustices of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and Affirmative Action (AA), because as long as racially discriminatory laws are in effect, minorities in South Africa will not experience true freedom.
The party launched its comprehensive economic recovery plan for South Africa earlier this week and it confirms to what extent BEE is hampering the economy.
The plan shows that in 2019, more than 16 million people had jobs and at present, less than 16 million people have jobs.
In the plan, the party reiterates its recommendation to replace BEE with a policy of Black Economic Skills Transfer (BEST).
The reality is that after nearly thirty years, the ruling party is still expanding and intensifying its race-based policy and legislation, which target minorities in particular.
President Cyril Ramaphosa just signed the latest Amendment Bill on the Affirmative Action Act two weeks ago.
It affords the Minister of Labour even greater powers to unilaterally impose further racial quotas on the private sector.
Merit and competence play no role in the process, only colour does. There is essentially no skills transfer and development, to the detriment of everyone in the country.
The ANC is misleading the public by pretending that it stands for constitutional rights and freedom for all. When millions of people do not have a job or food or a roof over their head, the notion of freedom is meaningless.
Ultimately, the people must take action to gain freedom and build a better future for themselves and their children. They can do that at the polls in 2024.