Congress of the People’s Youth Movement has given South African President Cyril Ramaphosa seven working days to come up with tangible solutions to the economic challenges in the country. SABC News reports that the Youth Movement marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria earlier on Monday to submit a memorandum of demands, highlighting high youth unemployment. At the Union Buildings, the youth handed out a list of grievances. These are rising fuel prices, unemployment, and Eskom’s continuous blackouts. With some claiming that even their hard-earned credentials are ineffective.