The current president, Cyril Ramaphosa, was welcomed with a warm hand in Limpopo province. By just looking at the number of people who came to meet the South African president, many people on twitter were shocked, especially after the share by minister of transport Fikile Mbalula. As we all know, there are a few days left until the local government election. Every political party is doing their power to make sure they win this municipal election.
They came in numbers to hear what the president had to say about not meeting their needs and the reason why they should countiue to vote for the African National Congress. After ruling for more than 25 years, what change will they see if the political party wins? Limpopo, formerly (1994–2002) Northern Province, is in northeastern South Africa. The northernmost South African province, it is bounded by Zimbabwe to the north; Mozambique to the east; the provinces of Mpumalanga, Gauteng, and North West to the south; and Botswana to the west and northwest.
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