ACDP prays for elections
The ACDP launched its election manifesto in Soweto this afternoon.
JOHANNESBURG - The African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) says one of the major issues it wants to address through its policies is poverty and unemployment in the country.
The ACDP launched its election manifesto in Soweto this afternoon where members prayed for peaceful elections in May.
ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe says skyrocketing living costs including food prices are a cause for concern.
"Many parents and many families are complaining about the rising food prices that have brought more hunger and suffering to many of our people.
"We're told the price of bread has increased by almost 59 percent in the past few years."