The unity group will have a board of directors elected by the public that will manage the appointment of personnel to positions formerly controlled by government. The board members will serve for a 5 year period.

All former government positions including that of CEO will be open to all South Africans. Positions will be advertised and all citizens at home or abroad invited to submit their CV’s in accordance with stipulated criteria.  The board with a recruitment department will shortlist the applicants to ten and all South Africans may vote using their finger print from an internet enabled device. The instated person will be accountable to the board and the public. Any breach of conduct will be dealt with in the same way an employee is dealt with in a normal work environment, with written warnings and finally dismissal, this will apply to all positions.

Positions are allocated for as long as the incumbent is performing their duty and displaying the necessary growth and advancement of that department or position. There will be no time limit attached to the positions, however if the board or the public  deems fit that change is needed, they may give the incumbent notice and re advertise the position.

There will be no general elections as political parties will not exist. There will however be a voting day once a month for all citizens who will be given the opportunity to vote on policies affecting the country. Policies under discussion will be posted monthly with a yes/no voting possibility. All South Africans may vote.

All citizens will become share holders in the South African corporation. Taxes and interest rates will be lowered and profits posted annually on the performance of the country. Dividends will be paid out to all South Africans contributing to the profitability of the country through taxes or investment which will be everyone as VAT payed will give a dividend as well.

The leadership will use state capital to invest in the country by creating work. This work will be in the form of industry and infra-structure as previously mentioned. Dam building. A canal system to carry water to the drier parts of the country and building solar and wind energy farms. We will also invest very heavily in agriculture so as to empower poorer and informal camp communities. Building bio fuel production plants and farming crops for this use that will be managed by these communities. Massive farm projects in the driest parts of the country to be initiated.

Rail transport to be upgraded significantly with all major cities linked with fast trains, this will involve laying thousands of kilometres of new tracks. The list is inexhaustible.

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