The ANC really never sease to amaze. We are now used to being disappointed and being told lies by politicians who only thinks for their stomach and no one else. The local government elections have really shown us things that we might have not got an opportunity to see.
The things that the ANC members are doing during this time are ally concerning. They are doing all sorts of thing and all in the name of retaining power. This is a clear indication that power is at the top of their mind but not the people of South Africa.
After we learned about the Enoch Mgijima stadium that cost about R15 million, it seems like the contractor who build the stadium has found himself another tender with the ANC led Municipality. It seems like the ANC always promotes people who do wrong things. It is very clear that we are going to see another Enoch Mgijima stadium. The contractor has this time around being awarded with a R41 million tender. Some things just need common sense. The contractor could not manage to use the R15 million but now they want him to use R41 million. This is just a scam. Money laundering is in progress, but we have the opportunity to change all this on the 1 November.
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