- South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, recently praised the ANC for their job creation efforts over the last 25 years
- Ramaphosa addressed a small crowd in East London during his campaign trail and gushed over the amount of jobs created by the ANC
- The South African president also told citizens that the ANC would be scrapping the prerequisite of experience for young people applying for jobs
South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, spoke highly of the ANC’s efforts to create jobs for South Africans at a small East London political rally.
Ramaphosa claimed that, over their 25 years of tenure, the ANC has double the amount of jobs in South Africa.
According to the SA president, when the ANC came into power, 8 million South Africans were employed and now that number has jumped up to 16 million.
However, Ramaphosa did note that 9 million citizens are still unemployed, EWN reported.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Ramaphosa also promised citizens that the ANC will be doing away with the prerequisite of experience for young South Africans applying for their first jobs.
The president promised the crowd in East London yesterday that he will focus on getting South Africa’s economy back on track.
“We are busy finding ways continuously to create jobs, because jobs and jobs and jobs and jobs is the main issue,” Ramaphosa told voters.
Briefly.co.za saw that the crowd was very receptive and cheered the ANC leader on when he spoke about job creation in the country.
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