Patriotic Front of Azania launches elections manifesto, believes in transparent governance

The Patriotic Front of Azania party (PFA) says it believes in a transparent government that accepts accountability. The party is launching its manifesto in Welkom where it is contesting 14 wards at the Matjhabeng municipality.

The PFA was established last year. The party aims to bring service delivery to the area and tackle youth unemployment.

The party’s president Johnny Maseko says, “The Patriotic Front of Azania believes in a developmental municipality, a municipality whose relationship with the community is not governed by the transaction of people paying services and the municipality paying for services, the municipality delivering services. We want to extend the relationship to where the municipality assists people to revive the economy in the area in which they live.”

In the video below, SABC News reporter Aphumelele Mdlalane speaks to the PFA president Johnny Maseko:


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