Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will present the most anticipated 2016 National Budget at 2 PM on Wednesday the 24th February.
The thrilled programme director and facilitator, Landy Wright, explained the logic behind the course. “We wanted to create a tertiary formal education opportunity for young people / social change drivers who are already doing community development, she said.
Right on the pulse of the SONA, ACTIVATE! caught up and had a chat with Buti Manamela about issues that are pressing to the youth of South Africa.
Inkunzi isematholeni! We are leaders of today. Every day we wake up, it is an opportunity for us to connect and mission to our vision.
With the first State Of The Nation on Thursday evening, we took it Twitter and asked people their thoughts, predictions, expectations and what the general feeling was about the President’s address.
With everything that has taken place in South Africa in the past year, the State of the Nation Address (SoNA) 2016 is, without doubt, the most anticipated event at the moment. The suspense will finally come to an end this evening as President Jacob Zuma will take a stand to report on the current political …
Because we are in election season, the President has a lot of confidence boosting to do. It seems as though he will have to boost everyone’s confidence during the address.
“South African economy will not grow with an education system that continues to produce more employees that job creator.”
In his last SONA in 2015, the President stated that youth related issues were among governments top priorities.
“We should let them be girls as long as they deserve. And because its their right, we should keep up the fight to let them stay girls”