NGO Highlights SA’s Social Challenges

CASAC says that poverty, unemployment and inequality continue to hamper the SA’s development as a caring, just and interdependent society

The Council for the Advancement of South African Constitution (CASAC) says that poverty, unemployment and inequality continue to hamper the South Africa’s development as a caring, just and interdependent society.

CASAC chairperson, Sipho Pityana, argues that while the country has managed to built schools, hospitals and clinics, it has not been able to direct the resources to these institutions to enable them to function properly and deliver a quality service to the people.

Speaking at the Inyathelo – The South African Institute for Advancement conference in Cape Town, Pityana, stated that while there is a number of capable CSOs focusing on particular human rights or specific issues, there is no one CSO whose mandate is the Constitution itself.

To read the article titled, “Strong civil society: A condition for good governance,” click here.

Source: 
CASAC

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