'By now it should be clear that looking and waiting on the government for services and provision does not work.'
Avuyile Xabadiya was born in Butterworth in the Eastern Cape Province. He is a BSc graduate in agricultural economics at the University of Fort Hare - and is currently doing his Masters in Technical Economics at Graduate School, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (GSCAAS), in Beijing, China. He has worked at the Department of agriculture forestry and fisheries (DAFF), Agricultural Research Council (ARC) and as a lecturer at Walter Sisulu University, Queenstown Campus teaching economics. He is also a former leader of SASCO and YCLSA at University of Fort Hare and an SRC member and an ANC member.
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