EFF launches Gauteng manifesto

Dali Mpofu says they've come up with a formula based on seven key priorities and values.

Dali Mpofu says they've come up with a formula based on seven key priorities and values. Picture: Govan Whittles/EWN.

JOHANNESBURG - The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has launched its Gauteng manifesto with a 100 day programme of action for its first tenure if elected to power.

The party's Gauteng premier candidate, Dali Mpofu, also launched his official poster and outlined how his term in office would improve the lives of people who have not benefitted from 20 years of democracy.

Mpofu says they've come up with a formula based on seven key priorities and values.

One of these priorities stems from urban migration to Gauteng from South Africa's rural areas.

"We need to develop where the people come from so that if for example there's commercialisation of industry then people won't flood the cities."