THE OBJECTIVES OF THE GDP

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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The aims and objectives, of the GDP, as set out below, are of equal significance and should be viewed as such:
4.1 To promote South African economic growth, wealth creation, human capital accumulation, infrastructural enhancement and social development for the benefit of all the people who live in our country, by encouraging and enforcing entrepreneurial activity and employment creation with less state regulatory intervention;

4.2 To unite Africans of all races, to find common ground and exercise tolerance, in the execution of redress for past injustices and redistribution of resources by application of democratic measures;

4.3 To protect, apply and enforce the FFEO, social democracy, the sovereignty of South Africa, its fundamental constitutional supremacy, the human rights, the freedoms of the people and the constitutional legislative framework;

4.4 To actively participate meaningfully in uprooting xenophobia and all other forms of, intolerance and discrimination that are based on race, gender, sex, pregnancy, nationality, marital status, ethnic or social origin, color, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, conscience, belief, culture, language and birth;

4.5 To promote the interests of all the people who live in South Africa without prejudice and bias, in all areas of their lives, including meaningful engagement of all social movements in policy and programmes development, application and implementation;

4.6 To completely remove and abandon all discriminatory state policies, including any remnants of oppression, that benefit only a group of politically connected individuals, for the benefit of all who live in South Africa;

4.7 To participate meaningfully in international engagements in the fight for democracy and human rights of the people and support any local or international body that fights for these fundamental rights by whatever measures necessary;

4.8 To advocate for, enforce, support and advance African Unity among African Countries for the benefit of all Africans and the generations to come;

4.9 To promote, support and academically develop traditional leaders, traditional healers, religious leaders and recognize their contributions to South Africa, and Africa as a continent;

4.10 To promote and advance the following rights, as enshrined in the Constitution of South Africa, by development and implementation of specific programmes, with stricter rules and to realise them in their order:

1. Section 11: the right to life;
2. Section 27: the rights to human basic necessaries which include food, water, health care and social assistance;

3. Section 26: the right to housing, including land;
4. Section 29: the right to education, including right to free quality higher education;
5. Section 10: the right to human dignity;

6. Section 21: freedom of movement within South Africa, Africa and the rest of the world;
7. Section 31: the right of cultural, religious or linguistic societies to enjoy their culture, practise their religion and use their language; and

8. Section 30: the right to use the language of one’s choice and to participate in the cultural life of one’s choice.

4.11 To promote democracies that create all constitutionally recognized environments in which societies meaningfully participate in their own socioeconopolitical movements without undemocratic state interventions;

4.12 To develop, as an advancement of democracy in our country, and align the legislative framework with the Constitution of South Africa and international laws that promote democracies;

4.13 To introduce, support and promote mass youth and adult development policies and programmes intended for the benefit of all races, and including youth and adult with disabilities, in the following socioeconomic areas:

1. Education;
2. Business; and
3. Social Investment.

4.14 To remove and abolish any regulatory framework which promotes the deprivation of constitutional rights of fully rehabilitated society members from executing their socioeconopolitical endeavours, based on their criminal records, and rehabilitated debtors of their rights to access financial markets and other related services offerings; and

4.15 To promote world peace and stability, environmental sustainability, political tolerance, local and international trade and foreign investment (including removal and abolishment of trade barriers and heavy regulatory frameworks).

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