Proudly South African, the country’s buy local advocacy campaign, is hosting a debate on…

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Proudly South African, the country’s buy local advocacy campaign, is hosting a debate on…

Proudly South African, the country’s buy local advocacy campaign, is hosting a debate on political parties’ policies on local procurement in Cape Town. The special forum, together with the IEC, is aimed at putting a spotlight on political parties, including local manufacturing, as part of their manifestos. Questions will be put to parties about their plans on local procurement as a means to create jobs. CEO of Proudly South Africa, Eustace Mashimbye, says few parties have a clear outline or mention of local procurement as part of their manifestos. “The biggest challenge right now we have a huge unemployment problem that continues to rise and one of the ways in which we can start turning the tide is to make sure that labour intensive sectors producing the product that we consume on a daily basis, gets the support they require And the best way to do it, is to put policies in place.” Parties attending the debate include all the major parties, ANC, DA and EFF as well as GOOD, AZAPO, COPE.














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