National deputy secretary of the African National Congress (ANC), Jessie Duarte had spent three days in Sekhukhune district, doing door to door campaign around local municipalities for next coming general elections.
Duarte was led the campaign together Sekhukhune district executive mayor Stanley Ramaila and some of the ANC provincial executive committee members.
On Sunday morning she visited Dichoeung village in ward 14 where she met Kgoshi Lehwelere Matlala, who addressed the traditional council ahead of the door to door campaign.
On Kgoshi Matlala speech he applauds the ANC led government on delivering services to the communities.
“Currently there are clear changes of service delivery, it’s all efforts of our ruling party,” Kgoshi Matlala explained.
Dichoeung residents were given an opportunity to share some of their challenges in the community with Duarte.
Community said the ANC government deliver its promises at a slow pace but they said at the end of the day it does keep its words.
“We are satisfied with services such as access to clean water and tar road have improved. We want the government to deliver on some of the outstanding issues,” community implored.
Executive mayor said consultations are underway to address the water crisis in some parts of the district.
“We are aware of the two major water projects that remain incomplete since 2010/11 financial year. Those projects are not yet complete because there’s lack of funding and litigation issues,” he said.
He said the Moutse bulk water project and De Hoop pipeline project which are a major cause of communities not having efficient portable water supply.
Duarte implored the Dichoeung residents to vote for her party as she said it would continue to deliver better services to the community.