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ANC Denies Claims Of “Copy, And Paste” Manifesto

He emphasised that the ANC's manifesto, titled "A Better Life for All," aligns with the vision of the freedom election cycle. According to Godlimpi, the party's use of a similar manifesto structure is aimed at showcasing seamless progress and a specific focus area.

The African National Congress (ANC) has faced criticism over their 2024 manifesto, with citizens accusing the ruling party of recycling promises from previous manifestos. However, the ANC has denied these claims, stating that their manifesto is not a “cut, copy, and paste” job.

At a media briefing held at the party’s headquarters, Luthuli House in Johannesburg, the ANC addressed the allegations and unpacked the first priority of their election manifesto – massive job creation.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa had previously unveiled six priorities for the party, including job creation, re-industrialisation, investing in people, and tackling the high cost of living.

While some citizens pointed out that the ANC had made similar promises in previous manifestos, the party’s spokesperson, Zuko Godlimpi, dismissed these claims as false.

He emphasised that the ANC’s manifesto, titled “A Better Life for All,” aligns with the vision of the freedom election cycle. According to Godlimpi, the party’s use of a similar manifesto structure is aimed at showcasing seamless progress and a specific focus area.

Godlimpi assured the public that the ANC will continue to deliver on their promises outlined in the manifesto. He mentioned that the party’s manifesto will retain the same subject and structure in the future, emphasising the ANC’s commitment to its vision.

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The ANC plans to further unpack their manifesto priorities in the lead-up to the May 29 elections. Despite the criticism, the party remains confident in its ability to deliver on its promises and address the needs of the South African people.

In conclusion, while some may view the ANC’s manifesto as a repetition of previous promises, the party maintains that it is a focused iteration aimed at driving progress and delivering on the vision of a better life for all.

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Ntuthuko Gumede for SurgeZirc SA
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