DA wants police to be managed at a provincial level

Mmusi Maimane
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The Democratic Alliance (DA) wants police to be managed at a provincial level, and not on a national level.

DA leader Mmusi Maimane has addressed a voter registration rally in Oudtshoorn in the Little Karoo. He says his party is committed to building one South Africa that services the needs of its entire people.

Maimane says the DA wants to retain the Western Cape in the May general election and possibly win Gauteng and the Northern Cape. He says the country cannot move forward if society is divided into ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’.

“We’ve shown here we deliver work, more citizens get work, we get a better education coming out of this province and we’ve got to ensure we roll it out across the country.  We’ve shown where the DA is, we’re building one SA for all, with a dream to have a job in every home,” says Maimane.

DA supporters say they will help their party to retain control of the Western Cape by voting for it in the May general election, “Die ANC…The ANC does nothing for us.  When we have problems and go to them, they don’t understand us.  That is why we will vote for the DA.”

“ Mmusi Maimane is going to be the best president since Nelson Mandela and if I can give all the votes to Mmusi I will do that, because Mmusi is number one,” says one of the supporters.