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Is it because of elections? Mzansi spit fire after high ANC politician spotted doing this

South African politicians have normalised the fact that they only deliver decent services when elections are coming. People are frustrated with the ANC and campaigning organizations' doings of just caring about them when they want to benefit, particularly when they observe that the elections are near.

It is very rare to witness politicians strolling around the streets and the village offering services to the underprivileged. Nevertheless, when the elections are coming, they suddenly care about people and their needs. People have realized that they do not care about them but they want to exploit them during their campaigning time to get votes during the elections.

The premier of Kwazulu-Natal, Sihle Zikalala, was spotted at a community giving water services to the underprivileged earlier today. The premier can be seen in the photo above opening a tap that looks like it was fixed not so long ago. Judging by the scenario surrounding the tap, it looks like it has been a long time since it has not been working.

People instantly spot that the reason Sihle Zikalala is busy delivering service to the needy today is not because he cares for them, but rather since the elections are approaching. Some pointed him out that it's his tactic for forthcoming elections, hence why he is giving a service to the needy. Others also call him out that after the elections he will be unable to be found. That's simply a ploy to fool around people into thinking he cares about them.

majorityof South Africans are fed up with politicians and their mentality of just thinking about giving things to them during elections alone. South Africa is tired of the politicians who are seen only when the elections are coming.

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