ANC is being accused of sending unemployed people to go tell other unemployed people to vote for ANC so that they can be employed.
In many communities, ANC is being received with a hostile reception after the complete collapse of service delivery, high unemployment, and crime that goes unsolved in most cases.
As South Africans begin to wonder whether they should give ANC another chance to govern the municipalities and metros the hashtag #VoetsekANC is trending online.
Under the hashtag, users are posting some of their worse service deliveries in their communities encouraging and motivating each other to break away from what they are terming "toxic relationship" between the politicians and the voters.
In some areas ANC has the audacity of the campaign while there is load shedding, traversing roads filled with potholes, and jumping uncollected trash in the streets and still promises to be better next time. The Deputy President was forced to apologize for poor service delivery in Qwaqwa Free State after he was met with a hostile reception.
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