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By unknown | Apr 22, 2009 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Kingdom Mabuza

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ANC president Jacob Zuma says the incoming administration will not take voters for granted.

"We know that voters' mandate comes with great responsibility, and that we will be held to account for what we do," he said.

Zuma, who was addressing the media in Johannesburg yesterday, said the ANC anticipated a massive turnout at the polls today, and the party expected that people would again vote for the party.

He said the ANC had confidence in the Independent Electoral Commission and trusted that it would deliver an efficient and smooth election as in the past.

He is confident that the transition to new government would also be smooth.

He said the ANC's transition management team was looking at how to make the national executive of government more efficient and effective.

"The incoming administration will make changes to certain cabinet portfolios, based on the experience of 15 years in government and the priorities for the five years ahead."

Zuma said certain portfolios were likely to be split to allow greater focus on key areas.


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