Mamelodi ANC members anxious ahead of 2019 elections

Deputy President David Mabuza visited some parts of Mamelodi in Pretoria ahead of voting next year.

Deputy President David Mabuza at the Sediba Sa Thuto Primary School voting station in Mamelodi. Picture: @MYANC/Twitter

JOHANNESBURG – Mamelodi African National Congress (ANC) supporters say they are anxious for next year's elections.

They were speaking during a visit by deputy President David Mabuza to the area's voting stations.

Mabuza visited some parts of Mamelodi in Pretoria ahead of voting next year.

ANC supporters in Mamelodi couldn't contain their excitement as they sang and danced outside of the registration station at the Solomon Mahlangu High School on Sunday.

The crowd flanked Mabuza as he walked through the Mamelodi streets.

ANC member Gogo Ndlovana says she encouraged the deputy president to make the trip to Mamelodi regularly.

β€œIt should not be the first visit for him, he should come back to check what he has raised with the councillor.”

She also stressed the importance of registration, advising South Africans that it is crucial to check their details before the big day.