ANC in WC vows to speed up service delivery
Faiz Jacobs has appealed to voters to consider the party's track record when casting their ballots.
CAPE TOWN - The African National Congress (ANC) has vowed to speed up service delivery saying it has been sorely lacking under the DA's leadership in the Western Cape.
Party leaders have been on the campaign trail in suburbs around Cape Town this afternoon.
Secretary General Gwede Mantashe is expected to meet with traditional leaders later.
Flanked by Nyanga residents and ANC supporters Mantashe conducted a walkabout through the township's streets.
ANC Provincial secretary Faiz Jacobs has appealed to voters to consider the party's track record when casting their ballots come 3 August.
"When the ANC was in governance we delivered houses, schools and hospitals for our people. The delivery is failing here and you can see. The ANC has the political will and track record."