INDEPENDENT. IMPARTIAL.

INDEPENDENT. IMPARTIAL.

The National Freedom Party Acting President, Jeremiah Mavundla says he is confident that the party will regain support after the upcoming local government elections. Mavundla says the NFP will not disappear from the political landscape of South Africa even after the passing of it’s founder, Zanele kaMagwaza-Msibi.   She passed away at the age of 59 early last month.   Mavundla was speaking to the SABC News on the party’s manifesto ahead of the local government elections next week.   Mavundla says the party is working
The Congress of the People (COPE), led by Mosioua Lekota, launched its 2021 Local Government Elections manifesto Kempton Park, east of Johannesburg, on Friday, 24 September 2021. In the 2019 general elections, COPE received over 47 000 votes, securing only 2 seats in Parliament. COPE Manifesto priorities The party’s manifesto comprises of a plan on what it can offer if it gains seats after the municipal polls, with focus on: Economic inclusion Affordable energy Housing Affordable, safe and reliable transport Upgrading every municipality’s sewerage
The DA in the Mohokare Municipality in the Free State has laid criminal charges against the Mayor Irene Mehlomakhulu, Municipal Manager, Selby Selepe, and former MEC for Cogta Thembeni Ngxangisa, at the Zastron Police Station. Free State DA MPL Karabo Khakhau says the municipality executives chose to turn a blind eye to the alleged unauthorised and irregular expenditure amounting to R282.1 million incurred by the municipality in the past financial year. Khakhau says residents of Mohokare are struggling with various service delivery challenges. Khakhau