Ramaphosa urges candidates to fix service delivery in Ivory Park

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President Cyril Ramaphosa addressing the masses in Ivory Park

ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa visited Ivory Park on Saturday.

Ramaphosa urged residents of Ivory Park to vote for the ANC during local government elections held on November 1st. He continued to say that the ANC is rebuilding itself hence candidates are chosen to work for the communities unlike before.

“The candidates signed a pledge that they will abide by the law and will work only for the community”, says Ramaphosa.

The ANC assures that people of Ivory Park will be provided with housing, fixing of roads, upgrading of the sewage systems and the area’s electricity problems will be fixed.

RDP Houses will be built in Ivory Park for people without houses; some of the people will be allocated houses in Clayville phase by phase as part of Ivory Park’s new development plan.

The ANC will assist people in small, medium enterprises as part of creating job opportunities

“Only the ANC has a plan to move forward”, Ramaphosa says.

He concluded that the mayor, premier and candidates will be working together to  implement the development plan in Ivory Park

 “Joburg must return to the ANC” he said.

By Tinyiko Mashaba

Tinyiko Mashaba is a freelance journalist