Sunday, July 25, 2010

DA wants to reach more black voters

Lusanda Bill
25 July 2010

The Democratic Alliance held its Elective General Congress yesterday in Cape Town.

Helen Zille said that more South Africans are choosing to reject politics of race.

Helen said when addressing the congress that if people realised that every election was predictable because of racial census then abuse of power would be inevitable.

Democratic Alliance chairperson Wilmot James added that the part needs to reach out to black voters.

He also stated that he would like to see a culture of DA activists who take their policy to the electorate.

Helen Zille will be re-elected unopposed as DA’s party leader. Nine candidates are varying for the position of deputy federal chairperson, including Wilmot James, Western Cape MEC Banginkosi Madizela and the party’s youth leader Khume Ramulifho.

Today Independent Democrats’ leader Paricia de Lille is expected to address the congress today in Cape Town.


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