ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa has been been proved a lair following claim that his government has built 4 million house in South Africa and is at the verge of building more 1 million housing units to ease housing stress on the previously disadvantaged South Africans.
This finding was made by the whistle blowers of Africa Check, an organization that cross-check facts on government claims.
The organization also said the media report that president Ramaphosa promised to build one million houses in the city of Alexandra is false. It then corrected the impression via its personnel, Naphtali Khumalo and Kate Wilkinson, who stated that the president actually said he would build one million houses across the nation.
The City Press had reported, ”The President told residents during his address that the national government was in the process of “building a million houses to ease the demand for housing” and added that there were budgets for small to medium businesses earmarked for the area.”
Africa Check said, “The media reported that Ramaphosa had said the million houses would be built in Alexandra. He actually said they would be built across the country.”
The ANC hasn’t reacted to this blow dashed on the party, mostly at the near of election. We look forward to the party reaction so as to clean its name from this mud as it could pass a negative message to the electorates.
? Media reported that President #Ramaphosa (@CyrilRamaphosa) had said one million houses would be built in #Alexandra township.
But President #Ramaphosa actually said they would be built across #SA in 5 years. https://t.co/8Uu14ffxwt
— Africa Check (@AfricaCheck) April 16, 2019