ANC campaigns in Nkandla

2014-02-01 18:57
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Johannesburg - The ANC took their election campaign to President Jacob Zuma's hometown, Nkandla, on Saturday to showcase their support and service delivery progress in the area, the party said.

ANC chair Senzo Mchunu said around 5 000 people attended the rally which was held at the Mnyakanye Sports Ground.

He said the number of people who attended the rally was a clear indication that the ANC enjoyed support in the KwaZulu-Natal village.

"We have in the past few months seen a number of opportunistic political parties coming to Nkandla and claiming that they have a big following here," Mchunu said in a statement.

"That is not correct and they are just opportunists who mislead the public [through] the media."

Zuma owns a multi-million rand homestead in Nkandla.

Read more on:    anc  |  jacob zuma  |  pietermaritzburg  |  politics  |  elections 2014

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