Geospatial technology for another 100 years
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How the longest licing political movement of all time can scarpe forward for another 100 years, with the help of geospatial technology.
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A geospatial contribution to ANC's next 100 years

A geospatial contribution to ANC's next 100 years | Geospatial technology for another 100 years | Scoop.it

Africa's oldest liberation movement holds weekend of lavish celebrations, amid criticism for not delivering on promises.

 

Here in South Africa, we spent this past weekend consentrating on our Tv screens(if not in attendance) in the name of the ANC centenal celebrations.Dignitaries from all over the world either made their way though or graced the celebrations with words of encouragement.

 

The 100 years has passed,but how can this very old organisation ensure thay do a better job of the coming 200 years? well, from a geospatial viewpoint; it varies, but a comfortable start can be using geospatial technologies in their monitoring and evaluation methods in order that they can better communicate the meaningful changes spurned by the organisation.

 

It was great hearing the President speak of the numbers of membership registrations have achieved, although they exeeded the 1 million memebrs goal, what does it really mean? putting the past and their future endevours into sync? to me, being told that 500 more people are part of the movement, does not resonate better compared to "suburban south africa increased memebership to 500 more people".With this type of statement, people can know where(according to apartheid pasts) has the ANC made leeway.

 

I think the South African demographic majority(youth) are starting to ask wiser questions and they also expect more meaningful sense from the answers they get.A Location Intelligent organisation can easily achieve this thirst for non-random data by offering information to its followers(and prospects) so that positive change is communicated in a more meaningful way.

 

Nonetheless, congratulations ANC for reaching where a lot of organisations fail.

 

 

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