Gigaba: Vote ANC or 'oppressors' will rule

2013-11-18 09:26
Malusi Gigaba (Picture: Theana Breugem, Foto24)

Malusi Gigaba (Picture: Theana Breugem, Foto24)

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Johannesburg - Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has warned people to vote next year to prevent "oppressors" from gaining control of the government, The Star reported on Monday.

Speaking in Ga-Mokgoba, near Tzaneen, on Saturday, the African National Congress national executive member reportedly claimed that opposition parties would work together against the ruling party and try to halt economic transformation.

"If they [the public] do not register to vote, those who have oppressed us before and now claim that they love us will come back to rule this country," he was quoted as saying.

Later, speaking at an ANC Youth League 69th anniversary lecture in Kgapane Township, Modjadjiskloof, also in Limpopo, he repeated these sentiments.

"Our opponents have made it very clear that the economic transformation they seek is the one that will kill black people as proletariat of white capital," Gigaba reportedly said.

"If support... drops, the opposition will club together to slow down transformation."

Last week ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa reportedly warned Limpopo residents to vote or the "boers" would take back power.

Read more on:    anc  |  malusi gigaba  |  polokwane  |  elections 2014  |  politics

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