Well, thank you very much. We would like to visit this municipality of Mossel Bay so that we can learn the good things that they doing. It's always important to learn from those people who are excelling at what they do, but the difference is that
those who are failing should not be abandoned. We are not going to abandon those that are failing. We are going to assist them until they succeed. We are going to learn from those that are doing well and we are going to replicate those good models, because this is just a question of party politics in our case. I don't think South Africans really entertain our party-political differences. South Africans want progress.
Now, as you can see and hear outside here, South Africans are happy about the achievement of the Springboks. They are not worried about our party- political differences. They are happy about an achievement. [Applause.]
So, as much as we do our work, let's see what is working, let's replicate what is working, and let's try and attend to what is not working and correct it. I'm open to visiting that municipality. It is my responsibility; it's government. So, I can't say, "No, I can't visit this municipality because it's run by the DA." No. I am going to visit that municipality, learn what I can learn, replicate good practices and assist those that are not doing very well. This is because if you assist those municipalities, you are assisting the population and the communities around those municipalities around those municipalities. Thank you very much. [Applause.]