African National Congress (ANC) President Cyril Ramaphosa continues to criss-cross the Limpopo province on Thursday. He is visiting the Waterberg and Peter Mokaba Regions ahead of the party’s 110th birthday celebrations this coming weekend.
He’s currently meeting with the Traditional Leaders and the Faith-based organisations at Mokopane.
Ramaphosa will continue with his engagements during a visit to the Mphahlele Tribal Council, followed by the Lillian Ngoyi Memorial lecture in Lebowakgomo Civic Centre on Thursday afternoon.
The ANC president is going all out in Limpopo, assuring locals and party members that, the ANC is still dedicated to the well-being of all citizens of the country.
ANC media briefing on the state of readiness for the 110th anniversary:
On Wednesday, Ramaphosa has visited the BaPedi Kingdom, with his Deputy, David Mabuza, meeting with the traditional leaders in Polokwane.
ANC National Chairperson Gwede Mantashe visited the Vhavenda Royal Palace and ANC Treasurer-General Paul Mashatile visited the Norman Mashabane Region.
The main reason for these visits is to let the people of Limpopo know that, the governing party will be celebrating its birthday in Polokwane.
What has become known as the January 8th statement will be delivered by the ANC President at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday.
But the ANC has emphasized that on Saturday, during the delivery of what is known as the January 8th statement, COVID-19 protocols will be observed.
The video below is reporting on the readiness of the ANC ahead of its Saturday celebration: