That is the message from newly elected DA Western Cape chief Bonginkosi Madikizela, who desires the social gathering to win all 30 municipalities in the one DA-run province.
Democratic Alliance (DA) Western Cape chief Bonginkosi Madikizela. Picture: @Our_DA/Twitter
CAPE TOWN – The Democratic Alliance (DA) desires a clear sweep in the Western Cape at subsequent 12 months’s native authorities elections.
That is the message from newly elected provincial chief Bonginkosi Madikizela, who desires the social gathering to win all 30 municipalities in the one DA-run province.
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Madikizela was re-elected as provincial chief at a hotly contested hybrid provincial convention on Saturday. Albert Fritz was elected his deputy.
Madikizela known as for unity inside the social gathering whether it is critical about governing the province. His election come simply over per week for the reason that DA’s poor efficiency in current by-elections across the nation.
Accepting re-election, Madikizela mentioned the DA ought to win all municipalities in the province at subsequent 12 months’s native authorities elections.
“Because we don’t have a choice colleagues, we have to unite as a party if we are serious about saving South Africa and if we are serious about governing the Western Cape. And if we are serious about making sure that come 2021, we govern all the municipalities in the Western Cape,” he mentioned.
He additionally wasted no time in calling for unity saying social gathering members wanted to work on stabilising the social gathering, which has been rocked by divisions.
“We focused internally and some of the things were very unpleasant, but I think it’s time now to end the campaign here and now and make sure that we build a stable party that is attractive to the people of the Western Cape,” Madikizela mentioned.