Residents of Kanyamazane, outside Mbombela in Mpumalanga, are hoping that their vote in their upcoming government elections will bring improved service delivery to the area.
The residents remarked as the African National Congress (ANC) Deputy President, David Mabuza, campaigns in the area on Thursday.
Mabuza conducted a door-to-door, embarked on a two-kilometre walk engaging with the voters.
The community raised service delivery issues that include lack of water and poor road infrastructure. Motorists are concerned about the state of the road in the township.
Mabuza is expected to address the community at the local stadium.
“The potholes are damaging our cars, we change bearings daily. We also need basic needs which include roads, water,” says a motorist.
“I need an RDP house because the house I live in is not in my name. We need water and also roads,” says another resident.
@MyANC Deputy President Comrade #DDMabuza is leading the campaign trail in #Kanyamazane, #Mbombela #Mpumalanga,
The deputy President is campaigning for an overwhelming victory of the ANC #LGE2021#VoteANC#BuildingBetterCommunities pic.twitter.com/fy7Q4m5N78
— #VoteANC (@MYANC) October 21, 2021