Cyril Ramaphosa Faces A Shock Problem In Gauteng
Residents in Johannesburg and all around Gauteng were complaining that their electricity bill is out of order so if president Cyril Ramaphosa does not work it out he will lose voters that were prepared to vote for the African National Congress.
The ANC has been running through the city trying to stay alive as the Economic Freedom Fighters have taken all the shine and it is something that they did not prepare for. The Metro Cities are struggling the most with Metro rail gone it means they are forced to work from home and pay for expensive transport.
The ANC’s campaigning program has been running for weeks and it seems like they are just getting stronger and better with every move they make.
The president of South Africa has been seen as enemies the more he hypes the ruling party, in Free State, it was even worse as when he ran the streets the were a new party of people that used to work with Ace Magashule telling him he is not good enough, in Cape town it was worse because when he got to the cape flats there were people who said the ANC is useless and he responded by saying that they are drunk.
This shows that advertising is a full-time job, that is why the EFF is growing at a great pace, they stay different, what they do make opposition parties try to figure out what they are up too but the more they try it seems like they lose more. The lockdowns and the Electricity problem is the only thing holding the GDP from growth and being what it was supposed to have become. Gauteng has the most people so if he wins that one and KZN he will surely be number one.
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