Party ‘gives hope’

2016-06-29 06:00


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THE Dikwankwetla Party of South Africa held their manifesto launch at the Tshiya Resource Centre in Phuthaditjhaba, Qwaqwa, on Saturday (25/06).

Besides offering a water solution, Moeketsi Lebesa, the party’s leader, said they were going to make sure that they gave people land.

“People need land. You can even die without a house while you have money. So we will make sure that we release land to the people so that they can do what they want,” he said.

He said they were also going to make sure that that people had easy access to electricity.

“We are going to refurbish the transformers and concentrate more on maintenance, because our electric capacity is not enough to supply the whole of Qwaqwa,” he said in conclusion.

Thabiso “Mokalangwane” Radebe, a party supporter, said Lebesa had given them hope and they would make sure they voted for him in the upcoming elections.

“We know the history of Dikwankwe­tla. The party has started many schools in this area and we are what we are today because of them,” he said.

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