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In a few days, 2015 will end and a new year will begin. We hope that it has been a wonderful year for our readers and that we have kept you informed, educated and entertained.
The past 12 months have been interesting for Team City Press. Just like the country, we had our good and bad moments, but we kept going strong every week to give you, the reader, news that is worthy of the money you spend on us every Sunday. And for your loyalty, we say thank you for choosing us.
With 2016 almost here, we want to continue to give you your news without fear or favour over the next 12 months and beyond.
The new year promises to be filled with more news for us to fill our pages. On January 8, the ANC will be celebrating its 104th birthday in Rustenburg, North West. This will be an event worth celebrating for the governing party.
The #FeesMustFall movement is expected to continue where it left off in the last few months of 2015. The student protests forced universities and government to freeze hikes in tuition fees next year, but more students are demanding that tertiary education be free of charge.
The effects of President Jacob Zuma’s recent decision to change finance ministers will surely be felt by the ANC when the country goes to the polls for the municipal elections in May.
Having shed votes in the 2014 national elections, the ANC will have a tough time convincing voters at grass roots level why it should continue being in power.
Voters are already asking if the ANC is really taking them seriously. They look at the Nkandla scandal, e-tolls and the arbitrary removal of the finance minister when they ask this question.
Next year is sure to be the one where the people will direct where the country should go.
We will inform you of this, and many other issues. A Happy New Year to all our readers!