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According to President Cyril Ramaphosa, the end of loadshedding is in sight.

The statement was made during his address on 8 January at the Dr Petrus Molemela Stadium in Bloemfontein.

He vowed to ensure additional megawatts are to be added to the grid.

Thousands of ANC supporters were in attendance at the party’s 111th anniversary celebrations.

During his speech, he also called on the state-owned entity to work around the clock to tighten operations, clean up the company and secure strong leadership at the helm.

“We must return Eskom’s generation capacity to optimum performance. This responsibility will be given to capable and qualified individuals. We must also tackle sabotage at ANC. We will also lead a campaign against illegal connections,” the President said.

EWN reports that the party President said the ANC will double down on efforts to root out corruption in leadership structures. Several party leaders have been implicated in corruption scandals, with the State Capture Commission of Inquiry further smearing the image of the party.

Ramaphosa highlighted the party’s mission to clean up its image.

“We view corruption as being counter-revolutionary. Any ANC member implicated or involved in corrupt activities will be dealt with and must be dealt with according to the ANC rules to enhance the integrity of the organisation.”

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