It’s an early start at the IEC’s results centre at Century City in the Western Cape, where results are slowly trickling in. IEC staff and very few party agents are present.
They might be on opposite sides of the fence but the ACDP leader, Reverend Kenneth Meshoe and Chairperson of the ANC Gwede Mantashe took some time to tease each other about their respective political parties.
ACDP leader, Reverend Kenneth Meshoe says his party will make sure that investor confidence is restored in South Africa, if they are elected to power in the May 8 general elections.
ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe says crime and instability are hindering foreign investment.
Some Christian-based formations vying for elections say their rise into political space is not only informed by lack morality and integrity in the political arena.