President Cyril Ramaphosa has said South Africans have made it clear that they don't just want prompt service delivery and employment opportunities, they want corruption to be 'obliterated'. The president assures Mzansi that those implicated in corruption will soon be behind bars.
President Cyril Ramaphosa told farmers and businessmen in Stellenbosch that the corrupt belong in prison.
The ANC leader had been hot on the campaign trail, finishing off his Western Cape leg of his tour with a question-and-answer session with the community.
According to Eyewitness News, Ramaphosa assured attendants that those who used their power to benefit themselves in place of the nation they serve will soon be behind bars.
Ramaphosa told the eager crowd that corruption has become a plague in South Africa, highlighting the part that private entities like BOSASA have played in enticing those who work in the state sector.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier today that the president had assured the farming community that land reform would take place within the confines of the law. Ramaphosa soothed fears over illicit land-grabs.
A jovial Ramaphosa had also told the community that the notion of white people no longer having a future in South Africa was simply untrue. He said that he would like the youth to remain in the country and assist with making SA great again.
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