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Is South Africa facing a leadership crisis?

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The simple answer in my opinion is YES. How can so many things be going wrong at once - it's a sign of poor leadership
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It's not a case of a lack of leadership in the country, it's just that the masses are putting the wrong people in power
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There's so much potential in this country, a lot of leaders in the making. We just need to give them the platform
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The problems within the leadership of this country, is the fact that our leaders are not educated or qualified to hold the positions that they do. Therefore, they could not possibly have the skill and intellect to make informed decisions about the country, and it's people.
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The problems within the leadership of this country, is the fact that our leaders are not educated or qualified to hold the positions that they do. Therefore, they could not possibly have the skill and intellect to make informed decisions about the country, and it's people.
We live in a country where people with degrees end up doing ground-level work and the uneducated in high positions. What a time to be alive
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Prof Leonard addressed no as his underlying reaction. He kept on clarifying that a significant part of the embodiment of the question lies by they way one characterizes initiative. He said that sadly for some, administration basically alludes to a position they are selected to or a title they secure. That is not authority.
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There is a huge problem within the leadership of this country. South Africa, is assumed to be a Democratic State, yet, our leaders do not behave as such. They are avoiding consequences for their actions, that are of no interest and benefit of the people, and simply using their position for self gain. It is just ridiculous, how the majority of the country makes this decision, every time, knowing that our government is going to fail us.
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