The local government elections will take place on 01 November 2021.The leaders of the parties have already started campaigning for the elections.President Cyril Ramaphosa is confident that, people of Kwazulu Natal will vote despite the issues in the party.
He believes that the Kwazulu Natal will win the upcoming government local elections.The President was busy campaigning in the South of Durban on Saturday.He was there to encourage people to vote once again for the ANC, and promising them better service delivery.
The ANC members in the organisation hasn't been in good terms.The party has been having serious challenges about some of the members being involved in corruption activities, but the President said that people will vote for the party even though the organisation has issues.
" The people who support the ANC are the ones that are going to vote.They are both members and residents of the area who support the African National Congress, and that gives me great confidence about our coming victory, said Cyril Ramaphosa."
President Cyril Ramaphosa also promised the community members that, the organisation will resolve the matters the party has of councillor candidates after the votes.
Many people have voted in the previous years and since then, only a little has been delivered.The are those who still want to vote, and still believe that changes can be made.
Source: Eyewitness News
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