- Mzansi shared their thoughts on the EFF and ANC's manifesto- South Africans expressed anger at the ANC's abuse of power but showed faith in Cyril Ramaphosa's governance- South Africans appreciated Julius Malema's blunt honesty, but lacked confidence in the party's ability to governPolitical news has been on fire this year, with national elecctions only months away.
In true democratic spirit, South Africans have been buzzing about the hopes and dreams being promised by the contending political parties. The ruling party had a tumultous year last year, thanks to former president, Jacob Zuma’s antics, which has spilled into 2019.
Investigations into allegations of state capture are still underway, leading South Africans to question what the future promises for the once formidable party. On the other hand, Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters have been as loud as ever, calling ANC members “constitutional delinquents” and calling all parties, including the DA, to order, Briefly.co.za found.
Mzansi took to social media to share their thoughs about the EFF and ANC’s manifesto launchesAfrican Nation Congress (ANC)Perhaps wary that the party is losing the youth of the country, the ANC has promised young people better internet access so that they can develop their skills, giving them hope in the battle against unemployment. Addressing the state-capture saga, President Cyril Ramaphosa has told South Africans not to fear the dirt that comes out during the investigations, as “the truth will set you free”.
Ramaphosa’s move to reassure Mzansi that the ANC’s days of shady dealings and underhanded plays are over.