President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa paid the community of Koster in the North West, a visit to address them in commemoration of Human Rights Day. He was accompanied by many other leaders within the ANC, with also the community coming in their numbers.
Ramaphosa was welcomed on stage by gospel singer Busi Radebe with her popular hit single. Upon taking the stage, Ramaphosa began his speech with the fact on matters indicating racism is still a controlling factor in Koster and many other areas in North West. He says the apartheid routine still lurks the poor communities of this country.
As per usual, he also made mentions of ending unemployment as the government has already implemented strategies to overcome that, including poverty and lack of service delivery in areas in need of urgent services. Ramaphosa says as Government they will take the responsibility to reassure grant is available for every south African who relies on government for financial security.
He closed his dress by thanking the residents of Koster, saying he drove around the area and is proud to realise how clean the area is. The tent was filled with the elderly , including young residents in order to hear what implementations the president’s has planned for their community.