ANC “home away from home” insists Ramaphosa
30 July 2016
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa insists the ANC remains the hope of the people.
On Friday, he sounded optimistic about his party's prospects in the Western Cape.
It's the only province in South Africa not run by his party and unlikely to go the way of the ANC on Wednesday, if political forecasters are to be believed.
Ramaphosa has been canvassing there for the ANC for days. Yesterday he first stopped at the home of Goodwill Mshwene, who said he lived with five family members in the shack just off Mew Way in Khayelitsha.
Ramaphosa appeared amused to learn the well-built Mshwene was a chef at a Cape Town casino.
He described his family to Ramaphosa, explaining his 19-year-old son would soon complete high school The Deputy President urged the parent to apply for NSFAS funding.