THE NATIONAL COLOURED CONGRESS WILL STRIVE TO ADDRESS POVERTY
National Coloured Congress we seek to unite all the historically oppressed people and those that support the cause to recognise that the people commonly known as coloured or brown people are the descendants of the First Nations and have a historic claim to live and work peacefully in South Africa.
The Western Cape, Eastern Cape and the Northern Cape, where amongst other places, the colonialist settlers originally encountered the First Nations, and fully entitled to the protection and the rights as provided for by intent, purpose and purport of the South African Constitution for redress without favour.
TO ADDRESS FOOD SECURITY WITHIN COMMUNITIES
By Improving access to roads, communications and markets and opening opportunities for marginalised groups. By ensuring participation in decision making including the establishing of paid monitoring and evaluating committees to provide results and impact of social policies within the communities. By subsidising the cost of water and electricity as well as daily necessities such as bread and butter in certain locations.
By promoting and developing subsidised agricultural and fisheries activities within impoverished communities. By increasing opportunities or benefits for economic activity through talent or effort development.
TO ADDRESS INEQUALITIES WITHIN COMMUNITIES
By implementing a balanced (not equal) distribution of resources ensuring more resources are provided where needed thus narrowing the gap between the rich and the poor when it comes to living a dignified life.
By combatting fraud and corruption and directing the recovered funds to enable marginalised communities to have a stepping stone to develop themselves and afford them opportunities. By decentralisation of public services, offices and industries which will promote shared prosperity among regions by preventing regional poverty pockets.
TO EDUCATE PEOPLE REGARDING THEIR HUMAN RIGHTS
By identifying discriminatory laws or laws that generate inequalities among people or regions. Laws that do not recognise domestic labour for example as productive, or social security systems that do not provide universal access. By running awareness campaigns and the developing of social and political activists who will ensure government is kept in check.
TO HIGHLIGHT THE PLIGHT OF ALL MINORITIES
By eradicating institutional structures that create social barriers based on sex, age, ethnicity, social status, among other variables that define individuals’ initial conditions. Increasing media campaigns and advocacy efforts, which identify discrimination and promote the participation of sectors to make people with disabilities, migrants, religions groups and indigenous groups more confident about their inclusion in the Country.
TO ADDRESS EMPLOYMENT EQUITY IN THE WORKPLACE
By providing businesses with measures and opportunities to develop, empower, enable and recruit the large amount of unemployed people within their direct communities. By decentralisation of public services, offices and industries to promote shared prosperity among regions and prevent regional poverty pockets.
TO ERADICATE THE SCOURGE OF GANGSTERS AND DRUGS
By increasing the amount effective rehab facilities within the marginalised communities and stamping out corruption within the police, courts and prison services. By creating viable options to those who choose gangsterism as a form of being a part of safety and security. By increasing police visibility and ethical policing to create a deterrent to gang activities.
TO MOVE OUR PEOPLE OUT OF BACKYARDS AND ONTO LAND OF THEIR OWN.
By ensuring fraud and corruption is eradicated and that plans already in place are implemented with the recovered and future funds available in the fiscus.
TO IMPOSE LOCAL DEMOGRAPHICS IN ALL SPHERES OF LIFE.
Demographics are a key part of small business marketing strategy, as they help businesses identify the individual members of the audience by certain characteristics, wants and needs. This applies to life itself and the needs of the specific people in specific communities. We may have integration in provinces but we still do not have integration in regions.