South Africans will soon be going on polls for local government elections which will be held on the 1st of November 2021.
Politics parties have now started campaigning and they went all out to contest so that their candidates can come out victorious, while the organizations want to take over Municipalities.
Now the parties are even going in rural areas where it's even difficult to access due to poor road infrastructures.
In several occasions, ANC has been giving people T-shirt. Giving a gogo a t-shirt won't feed them, give them proper clean water or housing. T-shirts are just empty promises.
What astonishes me is the different corporate wear they all have. Look at the dress she has on must have cost a fortune, plus all the jackets, shirts, caps, hats, flags, digns. Corporate wear is very expensive but Anc don't seem to have a problem with that but can't pay salaries.
They target rural areas because most people in there have no much of social media platforms to learn the truth about the ANC.
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