African Movement Congress

The newly-launched African Movement Congress (AMC) has shifted gears towards campaigning and championing for tangible changes aimed at dramatically transforming the lives and livelihoods of all citizens as the general elections gets into the straights for South Africa’s historic seventh polling day in the country’s 30th independence celebration.

The AMC’s high-profile presidential candidate, Durban-based businessman Roy Moodley, told voters during the weekend hustings among various constituencies that the AMC’s top political priority would be to advocate for tangible change to transform the lives of all South Africans: “The AMC is focusing on developing a people-centric party that will curate opportunities for empowerment and upliftment through learnership programmes, skills development initiatives. We are going to lay the ground to create meaningful and sustainable jobs, including focusing on the youth jobs market that stands at a staggering 51% unemployment rate, and our support for economically struggling small to medium enterprises has to be redoubled. Voting for the AMC will impact on the lives and livelihoods of our citizens.”

The AMC says there will be closer collaboration with non-government organisations to strengthen solid networking platforms and sound relationships at the coalface of communities in an attempt to redress and restore hope and dignity among historically disadvantaged and culturally-diverse communities.

The AMC has kick started a leadership programme to develop a new corp and culture of political and community leaders who would become accountable and committed to uncompromising service delivery to the electorate after the 29 May national, provincial and regional elections.

Moodley outlined the AMC’s other key priorities:

  • Promoting moral and ethical governance in all spheres of government.
  • Building caring communities to promote and articulate the ethos of Ubuntu (humankind) and social cohesion;
  • Promote moral, economic and social rejuvenation by seeking and implementing practical solutions to the myriad of challenges facing the voters and eliminating apathy among voters;
  • Championing the human rights of citizens to access efficient and effective service delivery.
  • Strengthening democracy and making government work for all citizens.

Issued by Roy Moodley, founding national leader and presidential candidate of the African Movement Congress (AMC), former chief executive officer of Royal Security and a prominent racehorse owner and breeder in the horse-racing industry in KwaZulu-Natal.  For further details, call Roy Moodley on 0710512176  / Seelan Achary, KZN premier candidate on 083 563 7367.

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