DA: SA should never accept ANC’s failures
Mmusi Maimane urged residents in Atteridgeville to give the DA a chance to prove itself by voting for the party during the 2019 national elections.
JOHANNESBURG - Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane says South Africans should never accept the failures of the African National Congress (ANC) and should reorganise themselves into a coalition that will build the country.
Maimane kicked off the party’s 2019 campaign trail in Atteridgeville on Saturday, where he urged residents there to vote for change.
The DA has launched its year-long “change19” national tour, where the organisation will be visiting communities and engaging with various role players.
Maimane urged residents in Atteridgeville to give the DA a chance to prove itself by voting for the party during the 2019 national elections.
“How do we ensure that we deal with issues of economic development? How do we deal with some of the scourge of corruption that we’ve seen in society?”
Maimane says as a non-racial party, South Africans are not bound by race, language and religion or any superficial identity that detractors often label the DA.
The official opposition says voters should give the party a chance and if they disappoint them they too should lend their ballot to another political formation.
(Edited by Zamangwane Shange)