The African National Congress Comrade President Cyril Ramaphosa will this week embark on a campaign trail in Gauteng and Western Cape provinces.
With party having lost major municipalities in the previous local government elections, Ramaphosa who preceded former president Jacob Zuma will be keen to bring back the popularity that the organization once relished throughout the country.
Ramaphosa will be accompanied by National Executive Committee Members, Provincial and Regional Leadership where he will engage with the ANC supporters and members of the community encouraging all to be voting at the National and Provincial elections.
Ramaphosa kick started his campaign trail with a door to door campaign on the 26 of February at Nguni Section in Vooslorus at 15:30 then at 17:15 he addressed a public meeting at an Open Space Parking at the Lesedi Shopping Complex in Vooslorus.
President Ramaphosa will switch to the Western Cape province where he will visit the TR informal Settlement in Khayelitsha at 15:20 and finally he will engage with the Community at the Cape Town Hall at 18:00.