It became a tradition In South Africa that when youth make a political move drastic changes follows. For too long our desires were made to get satisfaction in frozen gravy lard than meat itself, therefore, It is the youth that brings back that sense of satisfaction in meat.
In this regard, politicians seem to be generally held in contempt by ordinary people. Their question is: Which firm policies produced that ensures the growth of the youth in employment? Throughout the years youth marked the majority of unemployment ̶ they are the most victims of domestic cultures.
The unemployment, unequal opportunities and a cut-off in education because of its prohibitive costs have dire consequences for the youth. Social scales are negatively changing.
Today the youth of our time is the most committed youth in alcohol ever in the history of our country, a clear indication that there’s a problem.
They wish to disengage themselves from this negativity, but it’s hard because that’s where they find pleasures to forget about their current situations. What can be done?
The country’s formula is its youth. It is through their leadership we hope for a brighter future. A highly competitive country is the one that heavily invests in its youth’s education and employment than it does in military and other unnecessary securities.
They are tired to be drawn to crime like iron filings, they want to make a move who dares to stop them? Change stands a great deal to stop them.
They called for removal of colonial statues as they believe those are symbols of colonialism. More than anything our country is challenged by race questions; After obtaining freedom race issues were hidden under the surface of democracy considered fragile, however, It is now that they confronts us in our future.
People suffer insults every day in the course of race. It is the youth that challenges public perceptions of race ̶ it is them who indicate our readiness to open up debates in the grounds of race, it is so because it has to be so.
An addition to their justifiable account, in Universities, Schools and Work places they are the victims of the violence triggered by race, it’s nothing new.
We can’t keep on living like this, what is it that we can do? In terms of rainbow nation that seems otherwise we need to look back on our yesteryears foot prints. In so doing we closely track our petty mistakes that are haunting our nation today.
Whites don’t feel the apartheid difficulties that black people still bare with them today; psychologically and emotionally. We need not to jump ahead finger pointing issues of which some are forced to take blame for them, with a red hot-iron we need to thoroughly level confrontations with careful satisfaction.
Even in democracy the struggle for better life continues, we need to embrace the principle role of which youth are meant to serve in our societies; they are the internal structures of our vision.
For one to see the ever present drive for productive change I have to take you back to the historical time of 1976 when the youth risked their lives to save our country; they knew they risked being arrested and killed but the drive to sacrifice for freedom was the only cause.
However before that, the quality example showed by the broad-minded African National Congress Youth League leadership of 1940s and early 1950s is a clear indication of the drive to achieve change. From generation to generation the youth’s drive for productive change is never lost instead it is reserved.
It is now that in our present youth it emerges into bright sunlight. What encourages its development? As shown by previous experiences it is likely to be encouraged by unpleasant conditions faced by the people.
Is it attached to every race’s youth or is it a blackness thing? More often it showed itself to be regularly attached to black youth because of their daily challenges. However, it’s still very early to make up assumptions as to other races, who knows? Maybe their drive is reserved.
With all the hardships they are facing when they are denied access to their fields of professions with their Degrees and Diplomas in hands.
In numbers they are thrown in the severe drought of farms, more than anywhere, they are persistently continuing on those conditions of exploitation in construction sites with Degrees and Diplomas in hands, they are tired! Indeed they reached justifiable period.
When would they occupy compatible jobs with whites? Don’t get me wrong I value farm as well as construction work but it must not be an obvious thing that from Universities and Colleges they will work their way straight there.
With permission of time things will change.