Gauteng residents stand behind Nasi iSpani, 'amaPanyaza', says study

These count among the premier's interventions aimed at combating crime, youth unemployment and promoting economic development and education

21 May 2024 - 21:32

A research study has revealed that Gauteng residents approve of several service delivery and job creation projects spearheaded by premier Panyaza Lesufi such as Nasi iSpani and crime fighters “amaPanyaza”...

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