The African National Congress is unhappy with a motion that praises the Democratic Alliance's Western Cape for its achievements. Unemployment in the province has dropped to the lowest in the country.
The ANC has voiced its concern about a motion passed by the National Assembly with not even one objection.
The motion praised opposition party, the DA, for its achievements in the Western Cape, and this worries the ANC.
According to a report by townpress.co.za, such motions are normally rejected by the ruling party. This one got past them, it seems.
Baleka Mbete, the National Assembly Speaker, sent Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille, a letter to congratulate her on the motion, and it has since been shared on social media.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the DA's praise was for unemployment in the Western Cape dropping by more than 19%, driving it to the lowest in South Africa.
Another achievement is the more than 200 000 housing opportunities that were completed by the provincial government.
There was also praise given for the fact that about 91% of the province's households live within half an hour of health facilities.
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