President Cyril Ramaphosa who was campaigning in Maluti-A-Phofung Municipality has told the residents that the ANC would sweep the region. His party would turn things around in the region because it is aware of the problems of water supply and electricity.
Sabcnews confirmed his statement in a tweet that says, “ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa says his party will sweep the embattled Maluti-A-Phofung Municipality. Ramaphosa says municipal officials should understand that basic services such as water and sanitation are a basic right of every resident. #sabcnews.”
Speaking to residents at Intabazwe in Harrismith, president Cyril Ramaphosa told people that he is aware that they are angry with ANC and he has come to address the issues himself. He promised to work things out for the benefit of the people.
Maluti-A-Phofung Municipality has been suffering from the issue of water supply and electricity. There is no adequate water supply for people to enjoy, and the electricity supply is poor. These are some of the problems that South Africans have been encountering for a long time. The government needs to address these issues as early as possible.
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