ANC's 'Thuma Mina' service delivery campaign launches in Tembisa

A campaign focusing on improving service delivery in communities is being launched in Thembia in Ekurhuleni on Friday

The ANC's Thuma Mina campaign began just after sunrise with President Cyril Ramaphosa Gauteng premier David Makhura and minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi had embarking on a walkabout.

Thuma mina campaign is about fixing things.

Fikile Mbalula, ANC head of elections 

President Ramaphosa led from the State of the Nation and said that we must be sent, we are adopting that speech into action.

Fikile Mbalula, ANC head of elections 

Mbalula says the first three days of every month they will embark on the morning walks while listening to people's issues.

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