As we continue to watch corporate organizations, NGOs, and reputable personalities join the fight against racial injustice globally, mostly at a time when the coronavirus pandemic is taking a deadly shot on businesses, and industries, shutting down both old and new companies that feed thousands of people and pay countless school fees, not to mention the increasing number of retrenchment that is published in the media daily, we have resolve to participate in the redemption process of both racial justice and the economy restoration.
We have taken a pragmatic approach that will inject relevance into the previously disadvantaged in our society, so that self-esteem will be automatically tuned to the highest level, hope will be restored, SMEs will be initiated, the local community will be empowered, and the economy will take a better stance.
In the move to achieve the above-mentioned goals, SurgeZirc Media has established an initiative called, “The Community And I” (TCAI) which focuses on the practical aspect of ‘informing’ the under-privileged communities through physical training on how to establish small businesses. Quote: “The difference between the rich and the poor is information” What the rich knows that the poor doesn’t know.
This initiative will be championed yearly by SurgeZirc Media through A beauty queen: ‘Miss SurgeZirc SA’. Detail article on both ‘The Community And I’ and ‘Miss SurgeZirc SA’ will be published soon.