JOHANNESBURG - ANC President, Cyril Ramaphosa, appealed to voters in KwaZulu-Natal not to punish the ANC come 8th of May.
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The governing party's leader says he understands voters' frustration with the slow pace of service delivery.
"Elections are very important and it's not punishment, it's not the stick you use when fighting for things such as water and sewerage, that you know will be fixed. We are going for an election where you must elect a government to fix all your problems."
Ramaphosa was in Ladysmith, visiting an area riddled with service delivery issues.