The leading party has been the usual speech as they want to come to the rescue for the unemployed South African Citizens. Do you think that will work out following their amazing manifesto?. it remains to be seen check what they had to say.
- The ANC in Johannesburg has said it would create 150 000 jobs on its first day in office should they remain in power.
- Counter attck by ActionSA leader Herman Mashaba has called the ANC's jobs programmes a corruption scheme and a failure.
The ANC has really committed itself to creating alot of Jobs should they remain in power it about 150 000 jobs if it clinches the City of Johannesburg on 1 November, but ActionSA leader was quick to attack the leading party on that Herman Mashaba called it another ANC corruption initiative.
Johannesburg ANC regional secretary Dada Morero has promised the Johannesburg people that the party was committing itself to creating 150 000 jobs on its first day in office.
Morero revealed that when he was speaking at News24's elections town hall debate on Thursday night that was hosted by News24 political editor Qaanitah Hunter.
He was very bold in his statement as he went on and said voters should feel safe in trusting the ANC to deliver on its promise.
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"It seems they want to bring back the very same programmes they got punished for in 2016. They are selling something that is corruption. If they open those bakeries we will close them even quicker. You [the ANC] used the [email protected] programme to exploit our people through your cadres," he said.
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