African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) president, Kenneth Meshoe, has called on South Africans to vote out the African National Congress (ANC) in the local government elections in August.
Meshoe has also called on people to pin their hopes on the ACDP to bring about change in the country.
He was speaking at the KwaZulu-Natal launch of the party’s election manifesto in Durban.
He promises the ACDP will do away with the culture of bribery and corruption and that they will combat other problems like drug abuse.
Meshoe has told supporters that corrupt business people are in bed with government officials. He says the ACDP will not field candidates with a criminal history.
Meshoe is urging South Africans to work together for reconciliation and to build the country. He says the ACDP supports all structures aimed at uniting different racial groups in the country.