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Ramaphosa

Cape Town — President Cyril Ramaphosa has criticised opposition rivals, the Democratic Alliance (DA) for failing to deliver services to the city of Tshwane.

Ramaphosa was conducting a door-to-door campaign in Mamelodi in Tshwane and called the DA out for it’s slogan “where the DA governs, it governs well” saying they have failed to deliver on promises made to help the people of Tshwane, specifically in Mamelodi, IOL reported.

“This is where the DA claims to govern well. However, I have not witnessed effective governance here. The residents of Tshwane, especially in Mamelodi, are facing significant challenges,” Ramaphosa stated.

The Tshwane municipality is under the administration of the DA. Tshwane has experienced a lack of stable governance for over a decade, with residents consistently pointing to its failure to provide essential services.

ANC President, Comrade Cyril Ramaphosa leads a door-to-door campaign in Mamelodi, Tshwane. Eligible voters are reminded that voting stations are open until 5pm today.#RegisterToVoteANC
#lamANC pic.twitter.com/fsJkaVVPtW

— African National Congress (@MYANC) February 4, 2024

Ramaphosa was joined in Mamelodi by by ANC Gauteng Provincial Chair and Premier Panyaza Lesufi and the party’s Chief Whip Pemmy Majodina. The people of Mamelodi’s cpmplaints about service delivery, including water shortages, filthy streets lined with raw sewage flowing through the streets, and high levels of crime.

“They are the ones who are supposed to clean the township, provide water, and resources, and just make sure that the township functions well,” he said.

Ramaphosa promised to address their concerns at a national level and said that Lesufi would also intervene to ensure that the people of Mamelodi were well taken off.

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