Leadership and the influence on governance: The case of South Africa
All over the globe, there has been a yearning among government and the people for justice, stability and unity. A call for an attentive governance a leadership is extremely important, and no uncertainty reflecting the global thrust in direction of economic and political liberalization. The renaissance of this desire is not only understandable over their political policies but also evident in the economic and social policies. Therefore, leadership is one of the least understood singularities on earth and most experiential. The chaos of governance in South Africa arose specifically as a results of the lack of checks and balances in the county’s system of governance. In consequence, South Africa’s nation is heading to a situation whereby the state is treated as separate personal property. In addition, the has been evidence of decline in discipline and moral caused or mutual with either bad policies or good policies that are never implemented, worn professional ethics and standards as well as the debilitated system of governance. Therefore, poor governance becomes the key challenge as well as source of South Africa’s socio-economic and difficult crises.