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 Call to action - Zuma urges the nation to fight the ghost of apartheid

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PosOnderwerp: Call to action - Zuma urges the nation to fight the ghost of apartheid   Wed Apr 28, 2010 2:57 pm


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PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma has lamented the persistent negative effect apartheid laws continue to have on many South Africans.




Addressing thousands of people during a Freedom Day commemoration at the Union Buildings in Pretoria yesterday, Zuma said many people continued to be affected by the impact of apartheid laws such as the Group Areas Act.

He said although the law was repealed nearly two decades ago, many people still lived in areas once designated for blacks on the periphery of the country’s towns, far away from economic opportunities and civic services.

“The cost of transport alone takes a heavy toll on the lives of the poor. This is only one example of the work we still need to do to ensure that our people enjoy the fruits of freedom,” Zuma said.
“These laws may have disappeared from the statute books but their effects are still felt across the country. Freedom imposes on us a responsibility to work together in the process of changing such conditions.”

Zuma said this should be done fast because in four years’ time South Africa would have been free for 20 years. “We will not have much sympathy for any reasons advanced to explain the failure to make a difference in the lives of our people.”



Leaders of opposition parties lauded the president for inviting them to take part in the 16th Freedom Day commemoration.
Opposition party leaders told those who braved the chilly weather that they were humbled by Zuma’s unifying leadership.

Briefly booed as he approached the podium, Cope’s leader Mvume Dandala paid tribute to those who “lost limbs and lives to ensure that we attain the political freedom we enjoy today”.

DA parliamentary leader Athol Trollip was met with ululations and applause when he delivered most of his message in fluent isiXhosa, calling on all South Africans to protect the hard-earned freedom.

“It is only our Constitution that will ensure that our freedom remains protected.
“Leaders come and go but our Constitution is constant. Let us unite in one voice to fight corruption, nepotism and unemployment that continue to deny many people the chance to taste the fruits of freedom,” he said.

United Democratic Movement leader Bantu Holomisa said corruption remained a major threat to democracy. “Civil servants and politicians are continuously exposed for corruption, nepotism and misuse of state resources. President Zuma, corruption is destroying our nation,” Holomisa said.
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