Improving Infrastructure. Given any country that needs to grow, tremendous efforts should be made in infrastructural development: road, air, water network, housing facilities, water services, sanitation. However, well planned infrastructural facilities and more standard developments should be put in place. Upgrading of the various informal settlements is crucial, an overhaul of the rail network, freight corridor development to feasible standards, new construction companies to scoop coal and iron deposits in Waterberg, super standard road networks.Economically low- carbon change. There should be a transition from natural resource use to sustainable means. South Africa needs to use its waters well in an attempt to emit lesser carbon compounds. The country should put in place measures to be able to protect its soils, the wildlife and its waters which are important to the country in days to come. There should be a number of transformations in energy production that utilizes the waters of South Africa. Proper policies, institutions that are competent and education of the citizens are needed.An inclusive economy. South Africa has to provide quality education and medical services to spur the rural communities to be able to participate in economic, social and political development. As the apartheid pushed a majority of the population to the rural areas where they are densely populated and who rely on agriculture, there should be education on better farming practices thereby empowering the citizens and proper food security measures (Abdi 2002).Education. Poor and ineffective learning strategies bombard South Africa, there should be a high-quality early childhood education, quality education with global and numerical literate standards, expansion of the higher education facilities and improved innovation strategies. Beauracratic procedures should be broken for uniform resource distribution. The workforce that imparts knowledge should be competent and well trained.
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