ActionSA headed by former Johannesburg Mayor, Herman Mashaba has officially launched its election campaign in the Johannesburg CBD.
The local government elections are set to take place on November 1 after a Constitutional Court order.
This leaves only eight weeks for political parties to garner votes but the party is confident that it will perform well.
The party is handing out bright green flyers as members of the public move past hastily, grabbing them on their way to their destinations.
ActionSA Gauteng provincial chairman, John Moodey speaking to SABC News:
In the latest survey by marketing firm, Ipsos – about 1.1% of people indicated that they would vote for ActionSA.
The party is one of four parties the survey says received support of above 1% including the IFP, the ACDP and the Freedom Front Plus.
ActionSA is set to only contest 3 metros in Gauteng but mayoral candidate in Johannesburg and party president says they are confident that the party will perform well on the 1st of November.
Out with the old, in with the new.
The first #LetsFixSouthAfrica poster going up outside an old, dilapidated and broken building.
The grass is greener on this side. pic.twitter.com/TIgK0JN38H
— Herman Mashaba (@HermanMashaba) September 9, 2021
— ActionSA (@Action4SA) September 9, 2021