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- Friday, 18 September 2015
By Elvis Tshikhudo
The Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa recently met the community of Vuwani to listen to their problems. The King of Vhavenda Tribe Toni Mphephu, MEC for Treasury Mr Rob Tooley on behalf of Premier Mathabatha, Mayor of Makhado Municipality Mr Mutavhatsindi, Mayor of Thulamela Municipality Ms Mahosi and other Vhothovhele accompanied the Deputy President.
The king of Vhavenda Tribe Toni Mphephu Ramabulana said he bring Deputy President to come to listen to the community of Vuwani and also to come with the solution of resolving the problems affecting the people of Vuwani who did not want to become part of Malamulele Municipality.
The King said it is painful to see that kids are not attending schools; people are not going to work.
The Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said he heard what people are complaining and government will investigate and find out what makes the demarcation to take this decision of saying people of Vuwani should be part of Malamulele. He said he would come back and report to them. He indicated that the King want the Vuwani to remain at Makhado Municipality.
After the Deputy President Ramaphosa spoke to the community, the protest was suspended and all things go back to normal till the end of September.