Ramaphosa promises a better future, asks SA to give ANC another chance

Ramaphosa promises a better future, asks SA to give ANC another chance

Election campaigning is in full swing, and the African National Congress is trying its best to make sure it remains the ruling party. President Ramaphosa has called on South Africans to give the ANC another 5 years and promises a manifesto that will cover every important issue.

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The ANC will have its 107 birthday party celebration today (12 January) in Durban, KZN and will also launch its manifesto at the same time.

The party's leader, President Ramaphosa, wants South Africa to give the party another chance, another 5 years to rule the country.

Ramaphosa says the manifesto will cover all South Africa's greatest concerns, according to a report by EWN.

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The president promises that the ANC's manifesto will build a 'people's economy'. He added that the ruling party prioritised job creation and economic growth.

Briefly.co.za gathered that President Ramaphosa pointed out that the corruption within the ANC and the government have been identified and taken on, proving that the party has South Africa's interest at heart.

We have entered a period of renewal and rebuilding. We have taken steps to reclaim our integrity and credibility, both as a movement and as a government.

The Moses Mabhida Stadium will play host to the ANC as it launches its manifesto, as reported by News24.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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