Gwede Mantashe, the national chairperson of the African National Congress( ANC ), expressed concern about the nation’s current state and referred to it as a” passive democracy.”
On Saturday, he said it during the party’s Eastern Cape leg of the Buffalo City metro review of its 2019 manifesto.
One of the provinces that suffers from poverty, a high unemployment rate, and inadequate service delivery is the Eastern Cape.
Mantashe claimed that allowing South Africans to become apathetic citizens was the ANC’s biggest error.
Making a passive society with people who are powerless to take care of themselves is one of the errors we have made over the years. people who wait for the delivery of services.
We are currently in trouble because the government should be doing this and that, he continued.