African National Congress (ANC) President Cyril Ramaphosa says the party is learning from the mistakes that occurred in the past, to build the country.
Ramaphosa was speaking at the Methodist Church service in Durban, where applauded the Church for its role in the liberation of the country.
Ramaphosa says he is optimistic for a better future for the people of South Africa.
“We’ve been through pain in the past few years, where it seems like we lost our way, where it seemed like we were not clear where to go… but we are using yesterday’s pain, so that it makes us stronger. As you correctly say, so that we are able to be stronger tomorrow, as we are stronger tomorrow… we are saying sifuna abantu bonke bakithi… to work together, to hold hands because tomorrow is brighter, and tomorrow is better than today – and much better than yesterday – and it this where we are saying, let us work together to grow South Africa.”
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