LIMPOPO- African National Congress (ANC) president Cyril Ramaphosa spent the past weekend interacting with Limpopo’s chiefs and kings.
Ramaphosa says the newly elected top six of the ANC is re-connecting with traditional leaders and the communities at large. He also took time to introduce the party’s top six
The ruling party’s president visited two royal palaces for Bapedi king Kgagudi Kenneth (K.K.) Sekhukhune and king Victor Thulare at Mohlaletsi. He has also met with Limpopo’s famous Rain Queen, regent Queen Mpapatla Modjadji, at Khethagoni the royal palace. Venda chief Ramabulana and the Tsonga chief were also visited by the newly elected president of the ANC.
He told media houses during the visits that it is vital for the party to engage with traditional leaders as they were a key component when the party was established over a century ago.
“This journey is going to take us the whole year, going the whole country visiting our traditional leaders, churches and communities, various other organisations, as well going to the grave sites of our departed leaders, this is part of renewal of the ANC.”
In Sekhukhune, Ramaphosa donated five bulls for the weekend.