SA reacts to Cyril pledging money to families affected by KZN floods

SA reacts to Cyril pledging money to families affected by KZN floods

Our readers shared their views on President Cyril Ramaphosa vowing to fund the families affected by the floods in KwaZulu-Natal and we took a look at some of the most relevant comments.

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On Wednesday, reported on President Cyril Ramaphosa's trip to KwaZulu-Natal after floods destroyed homes and claimed several lives.

Ramaphosa rushed back home from his trip to Egypt to assess the damage caused by the floods in KwaZulu-Natal.

The president vowed to fund the families affected by the floods and mudslides, adding, "We have the money."

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The article received an overwhelming response from our readers on Facebook and we decided to take a look at some of the comments.

Sfiso D. Mahlangu commented: "Those families that desperately need help couldn't care less if he's campaigning or what, they really need those funds. Let him make those funds available ASAP."
Nthabiseng Shuping added: "Everyone who is criticising, balance me real quick...what are you guys doing to assist your fellow citizens?... huh. You guys are all talk and no action... First check your neighbour and see if he/she is OK. Botho bo simologa foo."
Richard Roach said: "We used to have Piet Promises and now we have Cyril Promises."
Kabous Snyman wrote: "Sheme!!! Put your money where your mouth is!!!!empty promises to get votes from the poor....just to ignore them after all has been said and not done!!!! Liar!!!!!"
Dlamini Lunga commented: "To be honest, he will never come if it was not for the coming elections."
Bongani Mgaga Gagasi added: "Ooohhh there is money now because voting is around the corner. Do it to all don't pick and choose your friends."
Noah Ishmael wrote: "This isn't about election campaign, he's just doing his job as president. People lost their families, shelter n everything, he's there to help too."

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