VIDEO | “30 years later, I’m happy,” – Dr Matthews Phosa

KABOKWENI – Former Premier and Treasurer General of the African National Congress, Matthews Phosa says he is satisfied with the progress the party has made over the decades.

This was during the Campaign Trail earlier today as part of the elections build up. Phosa praised the ANC for the achievements including building houses. “We’re able to suffer our weaknesses and say the journey of development and building houses is a long journey. We will continue to build stability in thus country and create jobs. A lot has changed and people need to acknowledge that. There are challenges but we have made a huge difference,” he said.

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