South Africa is blessed! We have a very smart President and he has designed national dialogues to fix most – if not all – of the troubles plauging the country.
Information from government says Daddy Zuma will on 25 November 2016, launch national dialogues which will result in district municipalities convening dialogues throughout the year.
Among other things, the dialogues will incorporate skills development and empowerment for communities, especially for women. And, service delivery improvement in terms of access to justice, counselling and health services.
You know Jeff Radebe huh? The Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation. He said national dialogues are important because all South Africans have a duty to be active participants in the fight against violence, women and child abuse.
Mr. Radebe was briefing the media on the outcomes of a Cabinet meeting held on Wednesday when he disclosed the national dialogues event.
He pointed out that the dialogues coincide with the commemoration of the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children which takes place annually from 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) to 10 December (International Human Rights Day).
Also, he indicated that other key commemorative days during the period include World Aids Day on 1 December and the International Day for People with Disabilities on 3 December.
Aside that, the Minister divulged that International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane and Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, Sergey Donskoy, will co-chair the 14th Session of the Joint Intergovernmental Committee on Trade and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) between South Africa and the Russia on 18 November 2016 in Pretoria.
“This session is expected to agree on specific plans of action to expedite implementation of existing commitments within all the sectors of ITEC, including trade, investment and banking; mineral resources; energy; agriculture, forestry and fisheries; transport; science, technology and space; water resources; education and justice,” stated the Minister.