Bureaucracy Blamed for Poor Services
President Jacob Zuma has acknowledged that his administration's poor service delivery at a business function, days before his administration releases its mid-term review report.
Zuma has reached the halfway mark in his five-year term and has outlined in the report - which expected to be released on 30 May - the progress made on the government’s five key priorities: education, health, job creation, rural development and the fight against crime.
He further explained that, “Our government’s progressive pro-poor policies continue to assist in achieving significant reductions in the levels of severe poverty and in the improvement of the quality of life of millions of fellow South Africans.”
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