President Cyril Ramaphosa urged South Africans to once again trust the African National Congress (ANC) as it continues his journey of renewal, unity and return to its core values.
Last weekend, Ramaphosa announced the election manifesto of the ruling party to more than 80,000 supporters at the Moses Mabhida stadium.
Thousands of the ANC supporters filled the Moses Mabhida stadium to hear what the ruling party promised to do after the elections.
The speech of President Ramaphosa lasted for just over an hour and dealt with such issues as the rural economy, industrialization and education programs.
“The ANC will fight for the level of education at all levels prepares young students for fast technical progress and changing the nature of the work.”
Solly Mapaila of the South African Communist Party says that as an alliance partner, they noted new ideas that the president cited.
“We saw new directions and developed a production strategy to restore the production capacity of our country. And worked out in detail the intervention of the state or public leadership or infrastructure development in the country. “
Despite concerns about the possible ways of the country development under Ramaphosa, many supporters came to see him during the Saturday’s event.