Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa visited Tafelkop on Sunday.
TAFELKOP – African National Congress (ANC) Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, visited Tafelkop Stadium on Sunday in a programme that forms part of the ongoing organizational work and commemoration of centennial year of the party’s former President Oliver Reginald Thambo.
Addressing thousands party supporters, Ramaphosa said they were going to the December ANC elective conference to elect trusted leaders whom they knew would not steal money from the masses, “Those that would not even steal a single cent.”
Ramaphosa said the elected leaders would work for the people day and night as compared to those who worked for their pockets and lied.
He said such leaders were humbled in character and willing to work for the entire nation to take its work forward.
The Deputy President further said a lot of things that have been happening were taking the nation backwards.
“Something we need to address is to restore trust among people. There is a need to restore investor trust. That can be attained through correcting the ANC as the driver of the economy. And to be able to do that, we need to have good policies in place,” added Ramaphosa.
Ramaphosa said if one looked at the economy of the country and also Sekhukhune district economy and land, was still in the hands of whites.
“We want it to also be in the hands of blacks. This is how we want to move the country forward, and that is radical economic transformation for all,” said Ramaphosa.
He called on ANC branches to rebuild and revive the organization to be able to come back from the elective conference united, stronger and renewed, without factions.