The Good party targeted Nelson Mandela Bay this week-end garnering support for the new party.
The Cape Town High Court has referred the telemarketing case between Good leader Patricia de Lille and the Democratic Alliance (DA) to the Electoral Court. Judge Robert Martin believes the Electoral Court is most appropriate to deal with the matter as the dispute is of a political nature.
The High Court in Cape Town is expected to rule on Friday whether Patricia de Lille’s case against the Democratic Alliance should be treated as urgent.
The leader of the GOOD party Patricia de Lille said she will file an application after the DA told potential voters during telecanvassing that they had fired De Lille from her position as Cape Town Mayor.
DA Leader Mmusi Maimane says they will be meeting with the Independent Electoral Commission to discuss the ruling that the party should apologise to GOOD Party leader Patricia de Lille.