At this time of national votes taking place in South Africa, citizens have been constantly reminiscing on how the ANC has put them in suffering through all the years. And amongst the complaints that were raised, an old picture of an old woman being kicked down helplessly right in front of police official by the ANC political members was shared on social media platforms. And has has since sparked anger on social media.
Social media users have claimed that they received nothing from ANC but poor service delivery, theft of the state's money and violence. In the post shared online, users commented that they want change, and other political parties should be given a chance. A social media user wrote: "It's always promises until they are at the top, but however we should give this other parties to see what change could they bring to the country ". And the other wrote: " If ANC wins, our parents will continue being abused just as in the picture"
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