Bloemfontein – Leaders of the governing African National Congress (ANC) have taken the campaign trail to the Free State.
Monday morning saw President Cyril Ramaphosa hitting the streets of Bloemfontein and greeting people in the CBD. Party chairman Gwede Mantashe is in Qwaqwa, secretary general Ace Magashule headed to Botshabelo while his deputy, Jessie Duarte is in Welkom.
The ANC said the leaders were on a door to door campaign dubbed ‘Thuma Mina’ by the president.
”Thuma Mina is about the ANC reconnecting with the people through activities that improve their lives and solve the problems that confront them. Through Thuma Mina, the ANC reaffirms it’s commitment to work with the people to create a better life for all,” the ANC said in a statement.