Saturday, January 20, 2018

Politics and the MSJ brand*

Our politics is not one where board appointments are solely on the basis of party loyalty, but on the whether a person is qualified and competent and can make a substantial contribution to improve any State enterprise, and is prepared to serve the public.
Those are the words of Ozzie Warwick, general secretary of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ), Chief Education and Research Officer in the Oilfields Workers Trade Union, and General Secretary in the Joint Trade Union Movement, explaining the presence of Radhaka Gualbance, deputy political leader of the MSJ, as a member of the board of the National Commission for Self Help (NCSH).

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