Contesting across 107 municipalities the African Christian Democratic Party’s Tshwane mayoral candidate Ronald Morake, has vowed that should votes swing in his favour, a breath of fresh air will fill the Tshwane municipality corridors and issues such as load shedding, unfinished projects, Hammanskraal water crisis will be a distant memory for residents of Tshwane.
The prospective Mayor of Tshwane hopes to make a positive impact should he be elected in the upcoming elections on 1 November 2021. He promises to bring openness and accountability with local government’s issues such as lack of service delivery specifically with local primary health care.
The ACDP’s vision and mission for Tshwane is to bring about a region with a strong economy to boost the employment of the immediate community and provide financial assistance to small businesses. Furthermore, the aim is to revisit all police and metro appointments to alleviate corrupt law enforcement and curb illegal action within the Tshwane law enforcement bodies.
Lastly, the Christian party vows to aid in ensuring better use of state resources such as allowing registered farmers to utilize state land for agricultural farming and food security, with no land expropriation.
The party is strongly against mandatory vaccination and is prepared to assist any civilian who is victim to workplace prejudice and unlawful termination of employment. We believe in freedom of choice, therefore citizens of South Africa cannot be restricted to use public facilities, purchase food, or attend schools due to forced vaccination
Morake who is a staunch Christian has served as a committee member for Atteridgeville Saulsville Entrepreneur Association and Pretoria Metropolitan Builders’ Forum.
He also served and founded the Lotus Garden Pastors Association.
The married father of two boys mentions Karate, bodybuilding and music amongst his hobbies, His educational background includes a Diploma in Construction Management and many certifications.
He has worked as a professional architectural draughtsman for 35 years.
“The current administration has failed to address load shedding, cable theft; they have failed to have professionals deal with cable theft. Employment opportunities are scarce, our roads and infrastructures are dilapidated,” said Morake.
Morake further said “People have complained about unfinished projects i.e. clinics, sports facilities, high rates billing, waste collection and corruption and we intend of fixing those wrongs. Also the issuing of church sites has been a dismal failure by the City of Tshwane.”