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$100 Billion for Jobs Say President of South Africa
The President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma announced on Friday, they are going to spend $100 billion for job opportunities in the country.
The President of South Africa has to face some internal challenges during this leadership as a President. He was governing the African National Congress on Friday in the month of December 2012. Mr. Zuma starts work on this project with his best effort in what appears to be an effort to make stronger the South Africa’s deteriorating enlargement and to inspire self-assurance among the people of the country.
That was a 5 hour meeting in which South Africa’s president discussed with business leaders and the union of the country, including other officials. In that conversation, they decided that 75,000 workers have to stroll off the jobs.
In a statement with the media personas, Mr. Zuma identifies the different business leaders and financial analyst to create personal give up by of your own accord foregoing move up and bonuses for a year “as a strong signal of a commitment to build an equitable economy.”
In this Friday meeting the budget that is created for the job infrastructure in the country, they are planning to spend the $100 Billion for Jobs by crating roads, bridges in the upcoming three years. It is estimated that $475 billion plan to improve the country’s rusty transportation system.