- President Ramaphosa realises that the African National Congress has a lot of hard work cut out for it
- The 2019 elections won't be a simple win for the ruling party
- However, Ramaphosa is confident the ANC will still win
President Ramaphosa knows the ANC has a hard time ahead. Next year's elections aren't a done deal for the ruling party.
The ANC is going to have to work hard if they want to win the 2019 elections. According to President Ramaphosa, new political parties are being formed all the time.
Whenever you wake up there is a new party being formed.
SowetanLIVE reports that the elections will likely take place in May 2019.
President Ramaphosa addressed the Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union when he spoke about the elections.
Next year comrades, these elections will be the most contested elections to date and therefore the ANC must work very hard.
However, President Ramaphosa is still confident that the ANC will win.
We are confident and very certain of our victory because we are the only organisation that is going to present the most credible and most forward-looking election manifesto in January.
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