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In response to the recent budget speech by Minister of Finance, Mr Enoch Godongwana, the Referendum Party (RP) is issuing a stern rebuke, highlighting the glaring discrepancies between promises made and actions taken.

While the ruling party has painted a pretty picture of future prosperity and social welfare, the reality tells a starkly different tale. Empty promises have become the hallmark of their governance, with grandiose pledges evaporating into thin air through maladministration and corruption. The Western Cape public deserves better.

RP leader Phil Craig says, “Like so many times before, we are promised an end to loadshedding, improved roads and railways, more efficient ports and transparent government procurement. However, we are not fooled.

We are facing the daunting challenges of the present and an uncertain future. It is imperative that we show our disdain at the ballot box and choose a first world future. The RP is ready to lead the charge towards a brighter, more prosperous life for everyone who live in the Western Cape.”

In the upcoming elections, citizens must vote with their conscience and choose a path of progress over stagnation, honesty over deception, and accountability over impunity. Together, we can turn the page on empty promises and write a new chapter of hope and opportunity for the Western Cape through Cape independence.

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