The African Independent Congress (AIC) is due to embark on a door-to-door campaign at various informal settlements in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
Volunteers from areas in and around the city are slowly making their way to the King Dinuzulu Park .
The party is scheduled to visit informal settlements at Mayville, Claremont, Clare Estate and Kwadukuza.
AIC Premier Candidate Khaya Hlaba says informal settlements are where young people from different areas around the province live whilst trying to find employment.
“We’re going to do our campaign in various informal settlements because there are strong issue of unemployment, poverty and corruption. You would find that the eThekwini Municipality has got a budget of R43-billion every year but now we don’t know where this money is being spent. So AIC is going to investigate everything in our province because we have money in SA but it lands in the wrong hands of politicians,” says Hlaba.