Cape Town granny, 70, assures Ramaphosa she'll vote ANC after he promises to build her a new home

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Cyril Ramaphosa led the ANC's campaign rally in the Western Cape.
Cyril Ramaphosa led the ANC's campaign rally in the Western Cape.
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Less than an hour into his visit to a small rural community on the outskirts of Cape Town, ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa was assured of at least one definite vote for the party at the municipal polls.

On Thursday, Ramaphosa's election campaign for the upcoming municipal elections stopped in Mamre, near Atlantis, on the city's periphery, to support ANC ward councillor candidate Fiona Abrahams.

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