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SACP accuses DA of 'apartheid' tactics
The SACP believes it believes that a two party system and a strong opposition are the wrong courses for SA.
JOHANNESBURG - The South African Communist Party (SACP) on Monday said it believes that a two-party system and a strong opposition are the wrong courses for South Africa.
It also claimed the Democratic Alliance (DA) makes minority communities fearful of the majority, in the same way that apartheid-era propaganda stoked fears of a black majority government.
The party’s deputy General-Secretary Jeremy Cronin said, “The importance of building national consensus and national unity far override the need for narrow opposition.”
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