Maimane believes in a non-racial coalition govt

Mmusi Maimane
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DA leader, Mmusi Maimane, believes that a non-racial coalition government would bring change to South Africa.

He was speaking in Nelson Mandela Bay townships of Motherwell and Bethelsdorp in the Eastern Cape.

Maimane was accompanied by the DA’s spokesperson for corruption, Phumzile van Damme and Eastern Cape premier candidate Nqaba Banga on the party’s Kasi-to-Kasi election campaign trail.

Maimane also addressed the DA students’ wing DASO at the Iqhayiya TVET College and told them that a one party was a recipe for state capture.

“Not a commission that is committed to stealing, which is what is happening here in Nelson Mandela bay. They sponsored Mongameli Bobani with the UDM coalesce around corruption. We have proven around the country when you coalesce to prove agenda for change, a plan that delivers for people, a coalition that is non racial and say here is the South Africa we want, a coalition that will bring a capable state and hire people because they are connected to a political party.”