Qaanitah Hunter | No milk and honey in the ANC's promised land

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Construction workers doing excavation work to lay pipelines to supply water to Qwaqwa in the Maluti-a-Phofung Local Municipality. Photo: Supplied
Construction workers doing excavation work to lay pipelines to supply water to Qwaqwa in the Maluti-a-Phofung Local Municipality. Photo: Supplied

The ANC is campaigning on the ticket that "we know things are bad, vote for us anyway. We will change things", but as Qaanitah Hunter notes it is unlikely if the party's previous performance is taken into account. 

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