BUSINESS tycoon and African National Congress (ANC) deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has warned voters not to trust new parties like Dr Mamphela Ramphele’s Agang and Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters with their votes.Mr Ramaphosa said this on Thursday at Mpumalanga Township, Hammarsdale in KwaZulu-Natal during his campaign trail where he addressed hundreds of ANC volunteers."The new parties would promise people everything, but it is the ANC that has the track record of delivering basic services," Mr Ramaphosa told the volunteers."As the ANC we are expecting a lot from this province as move towards the elections. We expect you, as volunteers, to be humble and go out there on door-to-door campaigns to convince people to go out and register to vote and when they do so, to vote for the ANC. Many other parties are copying our tactics but it your duty to convince the people to remain loyal to the ANC," he said.Mr Ramaphosa also visited Clermont, west of Durban, and Inanda, north o...

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