President Cyril Ramaphosa said SA, which is beset by low economic growth, high joblessness, an energy crisis, dilapidated infrastructure, dysfunctional logistics infrastructure, rampant crime and systemic corruption, has made “significant progress” over the past 30 years in building a better life for all.

Delivering the keynote address at the ANC’s 112th anniversary rally in Mbombela at the weekend, the ANC leader said millions of people now have access to housing, roads, education, health, water, energy and income support through a social security net...

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